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what does "was real enough "mean? Actually there were several exasperating delays. Curry had just begun to accelerate when a delivery truck appeared out of nowhere and halted right in front of him. The agents went for their guns, but the deliveryman, though guilty of extremely bad traffic manners, was real enough. Then there was the junkyard of abandoned cars. This obstacle was dodged by hurtling over curbs and grass. Next Curry destroyed the purpose of the unmarked cars by hitting his siren. "Stop that!" Johnson and Youngblood yelled together. The chief did.
2013年6月11日 13:05
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I suspect it means he was a real deliveryman, and therefore not a threat, not someone involved in a plot against them.
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