He closed his eyes, opened
his mouth, stretched out his legs, and hung there, as if he were dead.
"It has opened
; it is perfectly black; come, Mynheer President, come.
At the time of Deemer's death nobody could recollect a single day, Sundays excepted, that he had not passed in his "store," since he had opened it more than a quarter-century before.
One of them, a heavy man, was about to set his shoulder against the door when it opened, apparently without human agency, and the courageous investigators passed in.
In answer to inquiries which the eloquence of their gestures enabled us to comprehend, all that we could reply was, that we had come from Nukuheva, a place, be it remembered, with which they were at open war.
He quickly cleared one of the trees on which there were two or three of the fruit, but to our chagrin they proved to be much decayed; the rinds partly opened by the birds, and their hearts half devoured.
The sea was lit with the electric lantern; but it was deserted; fishes did not sojourn in these imprisoned waters; they only found there a passage to take them from the Antarctic Ocean to the open
As she read the last three words, Anne heard the garden door below opened and banged to again.
Another and a longer interval passed before the door opened again.
"What does that prove?" I rejoined with a good sense of which I was proud; "he might have opened
the lock with his left hand, which would have been quite natural, his right hand being wounded."
Nevertheless, he concluded that the man must have had a key in his hand, and must have opened one of the many house-doors and gone in.
Death of my life, sir,' returned the stranger, 'it's my character to be impatient!' The sound of Mistress Affery cautiously chaining the door before she opened it, caused them both to look that way.
When they reached a certain spot these men appeared to be annihilated, one after the other, as if the earth had opened
under their feet.
And when the princess opened
the door the frog came in, and slept upon her pillow as before, till the morning broke.
Raoul, his throat filled with sobs, oaths and insults, fumbled awkwardly at the great mirror that had opened
one night, before his eyes, to let Christine pass to the murky dwelling below.