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Then they moved offices of the East German puppet government into East Berlin and began illegally to treat it as the capital of East Germany.
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Then they were tumbling again, and the big man reached into the same pocket he had gone for earlier, and came up with a vicious switchblade.
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Then we have informed a large number of our crew that when they reach the United States, they will be punished but that in the meanwhile, they may run loose and are expected to perform their jobs in good order.
Then and moved
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