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At the same moment a vague shadowy figure emerged from the gap for which they had been making, and uttered the plaintive signal cry again, on which a second man appeared out of the obscurity.
The instant that their footsteps had died away in the distance, Jefferson Hope sprang to his feet, and helping his companions through the gap, led the way across the fields at the top of his speed, supporting and half-carrying the girl when her strength appeared to fail her.
It was a September evening and all the gaps and clearings in the woods were brimmed up with ruby sunset light.
The gap in the wall was instantly observed by both of them.
It was very dark indeed in the wood, for the lightning was now becoming infrequent, and the hail, which was pouring down in a torrent, fell in columns through the gaps in the heavy foliage.
The gaps remain, and there are not unpopular lodgings among the rubbish.
In one of the gaps of silence, somebody mentioned the dry and rather nasty subject of human anatomy; whereupon good Mrs.
I suspect there must have been a ruinous cutting down of timber all over the estate before Sir Percival's time, and an angry anxiety on the part of the next possessor to fill up all the gaps as thickly and rapidly as possible.
The young person who travels to improve her mind, and fills up the gaps by reading Baedeker on the places she hasn't been to, fails altogether to interest me
There are no additional details as well in case the gap increases or what can be done to fix it.
Tree species were seen in all small and medium size gaps and also in big ones, until the center of the gap.
It may not be possible to quantify how much of the gap is attributable to the complexity of the Code, but beyond question making the code less complex will help narrow that gap.