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Leading the way across this room, Magdalen's conductor pushed back a heavy sliding-door, opposite the door of entrance.
Before this entrance the Templar wound his horn loudly; for the rain, which had long threatened, began now to descend with great violence.
He had found a wonderful spot, a sort of natural hollow in a rock, with an entrance like a doorway between two boulders.
The appearance of the third gendarme settled the matter, for a crowd of curious loungers was extended before him, effectually blocking the entrance to the hotel.
Round the roadway between the entrances of Diana's Grove and Lesser Hill were many trees, with not much foliage except at the top.
If I might make a suggestion, sir, I think we ought to approach all the five entrances at once, so to speak.
Persons of that eminence often like to have such private exits and entrances, for meeting friends or avoiding them.
Miss Bartlett, in her room, fastened the window-shutters and locked the door, and then made a tour of the apartment to see where the cupboards led, and whether there were any oubliettes or secret entrances.
Several times we passed the entrances to other chambers similarly peopled, and twice again we were compelled to cross directly through them.
Then in the long, pointed windows, glass of a thousand hues; at the wide entrances to the hall, rich doors, finely sculptured; and all, the vaults, pillars, walls, jambs, panelling, doors, statues, covered from top to bottom with a splendid blue and gold illumination, which, a trifle tarnished at the epoch when we behold it, had almost entirely disappeared beneath dust and spiders in the year of grace, 1549, when du Breul still admired it from tradition.
We have had some dramatic entrances and exits upon our small stage at Baker Street, but I cannot recollect anything more sudden and startling than the first appearance of Thorneycroft Huxtable, M.
They had come to the chamber at the entrances to the lifts before they met with opposition.