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In the room next door a lamp was lighted and the waiting man stared into an empty bed.
When the light in the house next door went out he stumbled down the stairway and into the street.
She assented, having very little notion whether Highgate was next door to Regent's Park or not.
It was between eight and nine o'clock in the evening when we took up our position in the garden adjoining that of Reuben Rosenthall; the house itself was shut up, thanks to the outrageous libertine next door, who, by driving away the neighbors, had gone far towards delivering himself into our hands.
Unknown to himself he began to talk out loud, and a tailor, whose shop was next door to his, heard quite plainly what he was saying.
I don't know what to say to that," replied Sancho; "all I know is that the tokens he gave me about my own house, wife and children, nobody else but himself could have given me; and the face, once the nose was off, was the very face of Tom Cecial, as I have seen it many a time in my town and next door to my own house; and the sound of the voice was just the same.
Morton has not now to learn that," said Charlotte, simply, but dropping her eyes; "I have been the next door neighbour of George all my life, and have seen too much of his goodness of heart not to have expressed the same opinion often.
My own was in the same wing as Baskerville's and almost next door to it.
About the sick young lady next door,' she babbled on.
I was in a rush and I had to take money so that I could go next door and get balance for my phone.
But he manipulative Noah puts Kevin under his thumb as he turns from the hunk next door into a weird, relentless beast.
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