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The closing speech of the campaign was made by Judge Driscoll, and he made it against both of the foreigners.
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.
While so engaged he was half conscious of the rapid opening and closing of the outer door, of footfalls sounding all about him.
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.
A sound of trampling ensued, then the closing of the inner door; and finally the outer one closed with a concussion which shook the entire building.
Alexey Alexandrovitch frowned, and almost closing his eyes, dropped his head.
The effect is seen in the poetry of the time, especially towards the closing years of this dynasty.
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.
As the horses came in among them, the throng gave way at many points, and the Guards, following up their advantage, were rapidly clearing the ground, when two or three of the foremost, who were in a manner cut off from the rest by the people closing round them, made straight towards Barnaby and Hugh, who had no doubt been pointed out as the two men who dropped into the lobby: laying about them now with some effect, and inflicting on the more turbulent of their opponents, a few slight flesh wounds, under the influence of which a man dropped, here and there, into the arms of his fellows, amid much groaning and confusion.
He answered, "I am closing the tomb so that the UnDead may not enter.
Well, they went up the Baby Walk and back, and when they returned to the time-board she was surprised to see that it now read five o'clock for closing time.
Oh," muttered, or rather growled Boxtel, closing his eyes from the dreadful picture which presented itself to his imagination.
He went up with the light, and Edna began closing doors and windows.
The author of the HISTOIRE DU MONT BLANC introduced the closing sentences of Mr.