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used in Murder On The Orient Express

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anything necessary or required for a particular purpose
  • "In fact," said Poirot, "she stabbed him in the dark, not realizing that he was dead already, but somehow deduced that he had a watch in his pyjama pocket, took it out, put back the hands blindly, and gave it the requisite dent."
    3.2 — Part 3 Chapter 2 — Ten Questions (58% in)

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