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They went toward the door; Junta let Feodor Simeonovich go first, and before exiting, looked at me out of the corner of his eye. Precipitately he traced Solomon's Star with his finger on the wall. It glowed and began to fade like the trace on an oscilloscope. I spit thrice over my left shoulder. Cristobal Joseevich Junta, head of the Meaning of Life Department, was a remarkable man but apparently completely heartless. Long ago, in his early youth, he was for a long time the Grand Inquisitor, and has to date retained some of the mannerisms.
The lout grinned darkly. "There is no Thesis, of course," he said. "Why do you keep on simpering about it? If you don't want us to steal the sofa, then let us have another translator . " the thin man demanded, all grim. Korneev stuck his hands in his pockets and gazed at the ceiling. " inquired the thin man, again. "I am informed, comrade Demin, that Monday begins on Saturday," Korneev said gloomily. "Don't start in with that kind of demagogy," said the thin man. " "I will not return the sofa," said Korneev.
Roman was already opening the gate. The engine wouldn't start. Torturing the starter, I could see the door to the cottage open and the black goat running out, bounding off with gigantic leaps somewhere around the corner. The engine caught and roared. I swung the car around and lurched out into the street. The oaken gate shut with a crash. Roman popped out behind the small gate and flung himself on the seat beside me. " he said vigorously. " "I like," I said. " "It's always raucous at Naina's," said Roman.