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The rabbit babies in the oven woke up trembling; perhaps it was fortunate they were shut up inside.
Shut the oven door, Cousin Benjamin, so that he won't miss them.
As Rose stood looking in that direction, and wondering if a rat had got shut in, the door of the case swung slowly open, and with a great start she saw a bony arm lifted, and a bony finger beckon to her.
Whin a bad egg is shut av the Army, he sings the Divil's Mass for a good riddance; an' that manes swearin' at ivrything from the Commandher-in-Chief down to the Room-Corp'ril, such as you niver in your days heard.
I've shut my eyes to a dale av dog's thricks to-day, an' now there must be no more av ut.
the Owls shut their eyes in pious remembrance of the darkness, and answered, "My lords and gentlemen, the Constitution is destroyed
So with the three passengers shut up in the narrow compass of one lumbering old mail coach; they were mysteries to one another, as complete as if each had been in his own coach and six, or his own coach and sixty, with the breadth of a county between him and the next.
He shut the window and disappeared, but a moment afterward a big door in the wall opened and admitted Dorothy to a small room, which seemed to be a part of the wall and built into it.
Then the Keeper of the Wicket passed through and she followed, after which the door swung shut and locked itself with a sharp click.
The high marble wall extended all around the place and shut out all the rest of the world.
Having given that advice, he returned to his room, and shut out the horrid fresh air with a loud exclamation of relief.
The houses in Ebute Metta and Surulere were shut down at the weekend for various offences, ranging from not obtaining a building permit, breaking government seals, adding additional floor without approval, among others.
The one who stayed at home repeatedly said 'shut up, shut up, shut up' over and over again.
PNP Chief Director General Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosa earlier said in an interview with DZBB that they have requested the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to either jam or completely shut down the signals in the areas of the procession.
The Interior Minister announced that it shut down cell phone service in several major cities in what the government calls an attempt to prevent terror attacks during Ashura.