The terror of seeing him as she saw him now was not the terror she had felt when her eyes first lighted on him -- an apparition in the moon-light, a specter in the ghostly Hall
Elgitha, let thy Lady Rowena, know we shall not this night expect her in the hall
, unless such be her especial pleasure.
After he had kissed her Aladdin said: "I beg of you, Princess, in God's name, before we speak of anything else, for your own sake and mine, tell me what has become of an old lamp I left on the cornice in the hall
of four-and-twenty windows, when I went a-hunting.
twelve o'clock Barrymore, finding the hall
door still open,
A voice, `Yes,' and considerable interruption which ended in several men being put out of the hall
he cried, "while I have been fooled in this way, what has this other Hall
Pycroft been doing at Mawson's?
A slave rushed into the dining hall
to cry that a great concourse of people was swarming through the palace gates.
Through the deep lattice windows I had seen into the lighted hall
With the reader's consent, we will endeavor to retrace in thought, the impression which he would have experienced in company with us on crossing the threshold of that grand hall
, in the midst of that tumultuous crowd in surcoats, short, sleeveless jackets, and doublets.
Then down they had come at last to hover over City Hall
Park, and it had crept in upon his mind,, chillingly, terrifyingly, that these illuminated black masses were great offices afire, and that the going to and fro of minute, dim spectres of lantern-lit grey and white was a harvesting of the wounded and the dead.
They entered the large hall
, from which one of the doors led to the apartments assigned to Prince Vasili.
The doorway of the glass palace was quite big enough for the horse and buggy to enter, so Zeb drove straight through it and the children found themselves in a lofty hall
that was very beautiful.
To the banquet hall
he went, knowing that his chiefs awaited him there and as he entered they arose and upon the faces of many were incredulity and amaze, for they had not thought to see O-Tar the jeddak again after what the spies had told them of the horrid sounds issuing from the chamber of O-Mai.
With a shriek that might have been heard at Lewes she dropped the dish upon the stone floor, and, turning, ran, still shrieking at the top of her lungs, straight for the great dining hall
Just before it reached the Hall
it seemed to turn inland and then come back again.