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Oppenheim, E. Phillips: Last Train Out. V1. 25 Jul 2012
Mr. Schlesser, who was an insignificant-looking person, seemed to expand and grow almost into dignity as he bowed low to the tall, thin man who was passing by. Mr. Leopold Benjamin did not in the least resemble his cashier. No one would have imagined them to belong to the same race, a race which in those days stood in hourly peril of its life. His smile was scarcely cheerful, but pleasant enough in its way as he half paused to return his employee's greeting. His eyes looked enquiringly at the stranger. The cashier slipped open the wire partition which separated him from the outside world.
'Bene legere saecla vincere'.
'To read well is to master the ages' [Prof. Issac Flagg]
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