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I return to your tulip, Mynheer van Baerle, and as soon as it opens I will give you news, which being done the messenger will set out immediately.
But after three hours the Marionette's eyes were still open, his mouth still shut and his legs kicked harder than ever.
From the offing the open estuary promises every possible fruition to adventurous hopes.
A jug of maple sirup--I brought it along from the store and set it down here to open the door.
He sought to open it; lock and padlock were fastened; these faithful guardians seemed unwilling to surrender their trust.
We looked about us uncertain whither to direct our steps, since the path we had so far followed appeared to be lost in the open space around us.
Lady Arabella, after looking around her, slipped in by the open door, and he could, of course, see her no longer.
If a continent lies before the pole, it must stop before the continent; but if, on the contrary, the pole is washed by open sea, it will go even to the pole.
Presently from along the avenue before him came the familiar sound of clanking accouterments, the herald of marching warriors, and almost simultaneously he saw upon his right an open doorway dimly lighted from within.
Hastily now Clayton and Monsieur Thuran tore open one of theirs, only to learn the hideous truth that it also contained, not food, but coal oil.
Hester Dethridge dragged herself free from Anne, advanced, with her candle in her hand, and threw open Geoffrey's bedroom door; returned to the head of the stairs; and stood there, firm as a rock, waiting for him.
Daddy Jacques was about to open the blinds when Rouletabille stopped him.
Open the door, and let me hasten myself to embrace my Flintwinch
Already they were busy with returning people; in places even there were shops open, and I saw a drinking fountain running water.
He reached the Rue Saint Honore and went up it toward the Rue de la Ferronnerie; there the aspect changed; here it was the tradesmen who were running from shop to shop; their doors seemed closed like their shutters, but they were only pushed to in such a manner as to open and allow the men, who seemed fearful of showing what they carried, to enter, closing immediately.