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a room in which photographs are developed

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They passed into the eating room--a large dark room situated opposite the kitchen.
His body, which had grown white and tender in a dark room, tingled all over in the fresh air.
It's like opening the door of a dark room to show some hideous creature you've believed to be there--and when the light streams in your monster turns out to have been just a shadow, vanishing when the light comes.
They descended a dark stone staircase, at the floor of which Symon pressed a button and a door opened on a dark room, or, rather, a room which had an instant before been dark.
I sit on my chair in the dark room and close my eyes, and it is as if I was out of the body and could feel no want for evermore.
It was a large, dark room, furnished in a funereal manner with black horsehair, and loaded with heavy dark tables.
With the indifference or abstraction of one well accustomed to the change, the monk glided into the house, and entered a low, dark room.
Charley, entering the dark room, stopped short when he saw his old friend in its yellow shade.
Clump now said bluntly, "I won't answer for her life if she remains locked up in that dark room.
To hear some one clear his throat at the back of a dark room, where there should rightfully be no throat to be cleared, would cause even your man of stolid habit a passing thrill.
A touch on the lawyer's wrinkled hand as he stands in the dark room, irresolute, makes him start and say, "What's that?
He had groped his way up narrow tenement stairs and taken an armed maniac from a dark room without turning a hair; but now as he looked up, he went white and staggered back.
he muttered, standing aimlessly in the gateway, just opposite the porter's little dark room, which was also open.
As he was going to the place where he slept, he met a painted- cheeked woman in a greasy "kimono," and she put her arm about his waist to steady him; they turned into a dark room they were passing--but scarcely had they taken two steps before suddenly a door swung open, and a man entered, carrying a lantern.
That, perhaps, it was a little unjust, that all the great offices in this great office should be magnificent sinecures, while the unfortunate working-clerks in the cold dark room upstairs were the worst rewarded, and the least considered men, doing important services, in London.