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library

n. a bathroom; an outhouse. (Not a public restroom.) John is in the library at the moment.
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Mary did not ask where the library was, because she was suddenly inspired by a new idea.
She had answered the bell, and had seen him locking and unlocking, now in one room, now in another, but oftenest in the library.
Milk and honey" would have been an appropriate inscription for the delicious little library which parents who, I surmised, doted on Nicolete in vain, had allowed her to build in a wild woodland corner of her ancestral park, half a mile away from the great house, where, for all its corridors and galleries, she could never feel, at all events, spiritually alone.
I thanked Captain Nemo, and went up to the shelves of the library.
Good-by, for the present," replied the count, walking upon tiptoe towards the library door, and smiling with an expression so sad and paternal that the young girl's heart was filled with gratitude.
What a delightful library you have at Pemberley, Mr.
Doubtless he imagined that they were hidden in the corners and crevices of his library, and that they peeped out from among the leaves of many of his books, as he turned them over, at midnight.
It was the only social center of the garrison beside the strictly military headquarters; it had a billiard room and a bar, and even an excellent reference library for those officers who were so perverse as to take their profession seriously.
Newland Archer sat at the writing-table in his library in East Thirty-ninth Street.
Andrew Carnegie, to be used for the purpose of erecting a new library building.
And I have brought a couple of pamphlets for you, Dorothea--in the library, you know; they lie on the table in the library.
I call it the library now, but then we called it the bookcase, and that was what literally it was, because I believe that whatever we had called our modest collection of books, it was a larger private collection than any other in the town where we lived.
She asked how long I had been up, and on receiving my answer, expressed the deepest regret, and again promised to show me the library.
The Prince on his return from the library intercepted Penelope on her way across the hall.
He had debated between the Berkeley Free Library and the Oakland Free Library, and decided upon the latter because Ruth lived in Oakland.
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