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This ain't gonna be the easiest job in the world. Wade's voice was languid, as though it did not matter one way or the other to him.

Yeah, like cars, saw horses, cops, KGB...

So what else?' We can sneak around these lanes and the back streets.

Clean as the proverbial whistle.No pack drill, no names, James.

Road blocks? Natalya was getting edgy.

About half an hour later, Wade turned up, still in the battered old Moscovich, flashing a radiant smile.In the car, heading back to the hotel, Bond gave him a shopping list which included tickets on the first available plane to the United States, a valid passport with the right visas for Natalya, and some changes of clothes for the girl.

It'll be cool.Don't worry.

Yeah, like cars, saw horses, cops, KGB...

Our trade as well.Gee, we use the same words; and they say Britain and America are two countries separated by the same language.

I try not to bother with these people so I told them I'd had no customers this morning.Good?Yes?

There's no room to pass anything. Bond sounded irritable.Why this farm track, Jack?

Once we're in central St. Petersburg there doesn't seem to be a general alert.These people're funny.I guess they figure that nobody would be stupid enough to come right into town.

It'll be cool.Don't worry.

Clean as the proverbial whistle.No pack drill, no names, James.

And that's the good news.The bad news is that the train stations and airports are crawling with the secret squirrels.You're both gonna need new passports, and I fear we're forced to use some old-fashioned remedy, like disguise. Bond hated disguises; never felt happy wearing them; found it difficult to take on some new role.He made a lame protest, saying he wasn't going to wear fancy dress, not for anybody.

And that's the good news.The bad news is that the train stations and airports are crawling with the secret squirrels.You're both gonna need new passports, and I fear we're forced to use some old-fashioned remedy, like disguise. Bond hated disguises; never felt happy wearing them; found it difficult to take on some new role.He made a lame protest, saying he wasn't going to wear fancy dress, not for anybody.

After a pause, Bond asked if he understood Wade correctly.What you're saying is that nobody's got the hotel under surveillance?

Very good. Bond gave him money which made him even happier.

It'll be cool.Don't worry.

They not take your passport at the hotel?

Our trade as well.Gee, we use the same words; and they say Britain and America are two countries separated by the same language.

This ain't gonna be the easiest job in the world. Wade's voice was languid, as though it did not matter one way or the other to him.

About half an hour later, Wade turned up, still in the battered old Moscovich, flashing a radiant smile.In the car, heading back to the hotel, Bond gave him a shopping list which included tickets on the first available plane to the United States, a valid passport with the right visas for Natalya, and some changes of clothes for the girl.

Yeah, like cars, saw horses, cops, KGB...

Yeah, like cars, saw horses, cops, KGB...

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