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It was shut and locked, and the man fell down in a swoon.
The "pigeon house" stood behind a locked gate, and a shallow parterre that had been somewhat neglected.
It didn't matter when he locked his door again the last thing at night.
in my bedroom and in his) for laying my own hands on him--after he had locked himself up for the night.
The locked writing-desk, which probably contained the only clew to Alicia's retreat that I was likely to find, was in its usual place on the table.
Never mind the rumpus upstairs--there's nobody outside to help them; and the gate's locked, if there was.
Remember, monsieur, that there were four of us and we couldn't fail to see everything--the chamber is so small and scantily furnished, and all was locked behind in the pavilion.