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- He seemed oblivious.Chapter 7 (27% in)
- It would also make him forty years of age in 1970, when the revolution in the legal world first began, which translates to a healthy fifteen-year Hamburg period in the takeover business while the white-shoe lawyers lingered, oblivious, over their two-martini lunches.Chapter 5 (96% in)
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