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He passed inside, while Grayne turned to the policeman in attendance and handed him a scribbled note, to be telegraphed from headquarters.
I scribbled a note to my neighbor, rushed upstairs to explain the matter to my wife, and joined Holmes upon the door-step.
When I remember how I've cut down a mile and a half of green poisonous jungle with an old cutlass half as sharp as this; and then remember I must stop here and chop this matchwood, because of some confounded old bargain scribbled in a family Bible, why, I--"
She passionately seized the first piece of paper that came to hand, and scribbled the following lines:
Sometimes, however, he sent a scribbled line by special messenger; and overnight, evidently in the train, he had scribbled this one to post in the small hours at Crewe:
Philip scribbled a note, and giving it to the husband, told him to run with it to the hospital; he bade him hurry, for his wife was in a dangerous state.
He had in his hand several sheets of a notebook, covered with scribbled writing--here they are--and he laid them on my table.
He took out a notebook, hurriedly scribbled something in pencil, tore out the leaf, gave it to Kozlovski, stepped quickly to the window, and threw himself into a chair, gazing at those in the room as if asking, "Why do they look at me?
I was in a hurry, so I snatched Alec's letter -- as I thought -- out of the envelope and scribbled down a postscript.
The sub-editor scribbled in silence for a moment or two.
He crossed to a writing table and scribbled an unnecessary note, addressing it to a firm in the city.
He turned back to the little writing-room, scribbled a note and sent it down by the boots.