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Suddenly his head jerked around and he looked straight through the door at her. Jack looked at the crumpled sheets, the dislodged mattress, then at Amanda. On either side of the road the cultivated fields looked parched and dusty. Across the square Metzinger looked as tired and as anxious as Vaslav felt. He looked at the man with a slightly disdainful expres sion on his face. Galloway looked up from his doubts and stared through the swarthy air. The bare hedges looked somewhat small from the back row of the stalls. Hammersmith looked up from the sheets of figures he was poring over. They looked, to all intents and purposes, like living men and women. He liked it when she looked at his nakedness, or all but nakedness. Kaufman looked around for a weapon, his eye steady and calculating. The fury looked bewildered, even disappointed, by this instruction. Kaufman looked up at the sunlight, now falling all around him. He looked younger than his sixteen years, almost prepubescent. Galloway pulled up his serge trousers, and looked down at her. Salander pouted, replaced the binders, and looked around. In fact today it was very loose almost ready to fall off. The faces that loomed over him were exhausted and sick. He looked across at Mick, who was as white as a sheet. She looked fifty, and was probably ten years younger. The apartment on Lundagatan looked into a courtyard. Blomkvist looked self conscious, but he laughed too. Her father turned from the window and looked at her. He looked up at twin towers of Popolac and Podujevo. She looked up from cleaning the grill of cold fat. Kaufman looked away, and walked back to the train. Mary looked at her watch it was six seventeen p. Kaufman looked down the abattoir at Mahogany. All three of his employees looked astonished. Zalachenko looked startled at the suggestion.