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accomplice
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • His only accomplice was one who could never give him away, and the grotesque, inconceivable nature of the device only served to make it more effective.
  • He might claim the property from South America, establish his identity before the British authorities there and so obtain the fortune without ever coming to England at all; or he might adopt an elaborate disguise during the short time that he need be in London; or, again, he might furnish an accomplice with the proofs and papers, putting him in as heir, and retaining a claim upon some proportion of his income.

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