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Towards two o'clock in the morning, the burning light reappeared, not less intense, about five miles to windward of the Abraham Lincoln.
At the same time Mercedes reappeared, paler than before, but with that imperturbable expression of countenance which she sometimes wore.
The earth, all redolent with fragrant exhalations, reappeared to the gaze of our travellers.
The stupid smile, which had left his face while he was speaking, reappeared.
A moment later he reappeared and conducted the caller into the presence of the minister.
The image of her friends now faded from the Magic Picture and the old landscape slowly reappeared.
In due course he reappeared and was rapidly whirled up to London, the sole passenger in the magnificent car.
In a quarter of an hour he reappeared, dressed in uniform.
She reappeared almost at once, holding something tightly clenched in her right hand.
Obedient to more anticipatory bars, she reappeared amidst the half-suppressed cheering of the tipsy men.
Matters were now becoming serious, when on the 9th the sun reappeared for an instant, as if for the purpose of teasing the Americans.
At each flash of lightning the Milky Way, and even the bright stars, vanished, but as soon as the lightning died away, they reappeared in their places as though some hand had flung them back with careful aim.