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We could hear the click of the closing lantern as Van Helsing held it down.
Overhead, as she sat, she could now hear the floorboards slightly creak, as if some one were walking about, and presently the movement was explained by the rustle of garments against the banisters, the opening and the closing of the front door, and the form of Tess passing to the gate on her way into the street.
Then Philip went to a gallery and found it was just closing.
He was a street boy fairy who was running up the walk closing the weeping trees.
A few minutes before closing time he strolled into the bank and no one noticed a great bead of perspiration which stood out upon his forehead.
Oh," muttered, or rather growled Boxtel, closing his eyes from the dreadful picture which presented itself to his imagination.
The flare was momentary, followed by black darkness, in which, however, the apparition still showed white and motionless; then by insensible degrees it faded and vanished, like a bright image on the retina after the closing of the eyes.
Always of a sedate, taciturn disposition, he now fell into so deep a dejection that nothing could hold his attention, yet anything--a footfall, the sudden closing of a door--aroused in him a fitful interest; one might have called it an apprehension.
The closing scene reveals Jocasta slain by her own hand and Oedipus blinded by his own act and praying for death or exile.
The noise of the room- door closing behind Bogle, as he made his exit with the shoebasket under his arm, roused him thoroughly, and he sat up in bed and looked round the room.
Closing the door of his room, he motioned me to a chair and, seating himself before me, took out his pipe.
she finished, going out and closing the door with a bang, "Oh
Alexey Alexandrovitch frowned, and almost closing his eyes, dropped his head.
That's all right, then,' said Nutty, closing the door.
Franklin Blake agrees to Miss Clack's proposal, on the understanding that she will kindly consider this intimation of his consent as closing the correspondence between them.