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"I was going to add," Corpsman went on, turning to Clifton, "before the Skipper
here got the jitters, that I can take it myself and tell the boys that the Chief has dry
laryngitis from the ceremonies— or we can limit it to written questions submitted ...
Before Rog could answer, Bill Corpsman came bursting into my cabin without
knocking, looked at us, and said sharply to Clifton, "Have you told him?" "Yes,"
agreed Clifton. "He's turned down the job." "Huh? Nonsense!" "It's not nonsense,"
"He's here?" "Yes." Clifton hesitated. "We put him in what is supposed to be the
wife's room of your bedroom suite. It was the only place where we could maintain
utter privacy and still give him the care he needs. I hope you don't mind." "Not at ...
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