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used in Murder On The Orient Express

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received directly from the original source; or experienced in person
  • He locked the communicating door on their side-"in case," he said, "the excellent Mrs. Hubbard should take it into her head to acquire first-hand details of the crime to write to her daughter."
    1.7 — Part 1 Chapter 7 — The Body (99% in)

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