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Rage flamed in his keen eyes; but by the masterfulness of his self-control he kept his tones level as he spoke.
and show the passengers where they shall eventually arrive"--which was all very well, but by a funny accident the first picture that flamed out upon the canvas was a view of Greenwood Cemetery!
Unfortunately Sir Henry understood this remark, and the blood flamed up into his cheeks.
Night was falling; the square was dark; the wine-shop, full of candles, flamed afar like a forge in the gloom; the noise of glasses and feasting, of oaths and quarrels, which escaped through the broken panes, was audible.
Immediately a volley of musketry flamed, thundered, roared in the cavern, bringing down enormous fragments from the vaults.
I did so, and driven by the draught a coil of gray smoke swirled down the corridor, while the dry straw crackled and flamed.
One to the right pitched extravagantly, shot steeply up into the air, burst with a loud report, and flamed down into the sea; another plunged nose forward into the water and seemed to fly to pieces as it hit the waves.