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And I,' said the son, 'seeing my father pass the door of the waiting-room, naturally thought that the consultation had come to an end.
Well,' said I, laughing, 'there is no harm done except that you puzzled me terribly; so if you, sir, would kindly step into the waiting-room I shall be happy to continue our consultation which was brought to so abrupt an ending.
It must have been the case, then, that the man in the waiting-room had, for some unknown reason, while I was busy with the other, ascended to the room of my resident patient.
Their reason for choosing so unusual an hour for a consultation was obviously to insure that there should be no other patient in the waiting-room.
You are beginning to be of use to me, already," Emily said, as they turned into the corridor which led to the waiting-room.
The young woman was placed in one of the waiting-rooms of the station, whilst Passepartout was charged with purchasing for her various articles of toilet, a dress, shawl, and some furs; for which his master gave him unlimited credit.