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In the scattered situations where shops appear, those shops are not besieged by the crowds of more populous thoroughfares.
At last I found one that I thought looked promising, at the corner of a dirty lane, ending in an enclosure full of stinging-nettles, against the palings of which some second-hand sailors' clothes, that seemed to have overflowed the shop, were fluttering among some cots, and rusty guns, and oilskin hats, and certain trays full of so many old rusty keys of so many sizes that they seemed various enough to open all the doors in the world.
They ate them by candle-light after the shop was closed.
He had long been in the habit of visiting the barber's shop, where our venerable chair, philosophically forgetful of its former dignities, had now spent nearly eighteen not uncomfortable years.
She then began to look about her for a shop in which she might dispose of something for the moment.
Freely to understand that she should find his shop a great convenience.
It's true enough," he said, going before us with the lantern, "that they call me the lord chancellor and call my shop Chancery.
Convinced, therefore, that in this respect at all events he had been under no delusion, he left the shop and went on.
He was six years younger than Tom, and for a time there was an attempt to utilise him in the green-grocer's shop when Tom at twenty-one married Jessica--who was thirty, and had saved a little money in service.
Wearing a waistcoat over his cotton shirt, Ferapontov was standing before his shop which opened onto the street.
When next I saw them, they were gazing greedily into the window of the sixpenny-halfpenny shop, which is one of the most deliciously dramatic spots in London.
For Martin did not see why a man should not talk shop.