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With a confident and satisfied smile Mr. Mappin, the celebrated surgeon, looked round the little group of which he was the centre at Glencader, Rudyard Byng's castle in Wales.
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You wouldn't, perhaps, tell us what the poison is, Mr. Mappin?
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On the night of Jigger's accident Ian Stafford on his way from Jasmine's house had caught Mr. Mappin, and the surgeon had operated at once, saving the lad's life.
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As the little group drew back, their curiosity satisfied, Mr. Mappin, putting the case carefully into his pocket again, said to Jasmine: "The boy is going on so well that I am not needed longer.
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Besides, I asked Mr. Mappin about the broth, so it's all right; and Jigger will want the puzzle-box when you are not here," she added, quizzically.
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Men near to death, or suffering torture, looked gratefully at her or tried to smile; and more than once Mr. Mappin, whose hands were kept busy and whose skill saved more than a handful of lives that night, looked at her in wonder.
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Jasmine already had a reputation in the great social world for being of a vain lightness, having nothing of that devotion to good works which Mr. Mappin had seen so often on those high levels where the rich and the aristocratic lived.
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About four o'clock in the morning, when she came out from a cottage where she had assisted Mr. Mappin in a painful and dangerous operation, she stood for a moment in reverie, looking up at the hills, whose peace had been shrilly broken a few hours before by that distracted waif of the world, fleeing from the pain of life.
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Or that needle Mr. Mappin had at Glencader.
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I was being tortured with Mr. Mappin's needle horribly by-guess whom?
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Presently, after some reference to the disaster at the mine at Glencader and to Stafford's and Byng's bravery, Mr. Mappin said.
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Mr. Mappin looked at Stafford quite coolly, and then, ignoring the question, said, deliberately: "You discovered the body, I hear.
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As Mr. Mappin had surmised, there was more than one woman,-there may have been a dozen, of course-but chance might just pitch on the one whom investigation would injure most.
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It was necessary that Mappin, however, should be silenced, and sent about his business.
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At the last words Mr. Mappin flushed and looked consequential; but under the influence of a smile, so winning that many a chancellerie of Europe had lost its irritation over some skilful diplomatic stroke made by its possessor, he emerged from his atmosphere of offended dignity and feebly returned the smile.
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They looked at each other meaningly, and Mappin responded once again to Stafford's winning smile.
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Suddenly, however, Mr. Mappin became aware that Stafford had turned desperately white and worn.
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It was such a needle as he had seen at Glencader in Mr. Mappin's hand.
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It was torture to meet him, and the day of the inquest, when Byng had come to his rooms after his interview with Lady Tynemouth and Mr. Mappin, he had been tried beyond endurance.
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Do you remember the day I went to see you when Mr. Mappin came?
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Examples of Mappin

Example #1
Rudyard blinked at him for a moment with ironical amusement, then remarked: "When you want to die, does it matter much whether you kill yourself with a bludgeon or a pin, take gas from a tap or cyanide of potassium, jump in front of a railway train or use the revolting razor?
Example #2
They did it better in olden days in Italy and the East.
Example #3
We are all very reliable people here, who have no enemies, and who want to keep their friends alive.
Example #4
So near and yet so far," he remarked.
Example #5
As it was necessary to move him in any case, it was almost as easy, and no more dangerous, to bring him to Glencader than to take him to a London hospital.
Example #6
They had all gathered in the library, after paying an afternoon visit to Jigger, who had been brought down from London in a special carriage, and was housed near the servants' quarters with a nurse.