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And far away towards Knaphill I saw the flashes of trees and hedges and wooden buildings suddenly set alight.
but," she continued, holding out her two hands to Raoul, or rather giving them to him, as though she had suddenly resolved to make him a present of them, "but if we can not be married, we can
The prince stood dumbly and blindly before her, and suddenly grew pale.
The word "alchemists" suddenly suggested to his mind the idea of Archdeacon Claude Frollo.
I was startled by a noise behind me, and turning suddenly saw the flapping white tail of a rabbit vanishing up the slope.
She cried out, but very faintly, and suddenly sank all of a heap on the floor, raising her hands to her head.
It seemed as if I chattered incessantly with other people and suddenly remembered that this could not please him, and I wished to come close to him and embrace him.
We were sitting the following afternoon in one of those broad bay windows such as one finds still in some old country inns, just thinking about starting once more on our way, when suddenly Nicolete, who had been gazing out idly into the road, gave a little cry.
I will kill him," I shouted suddenly, striking the table with my fist so that the ink spurted out of the inkstand.
During a brief lull in the conversation his clear, soft voice suddenly reached Trent's ears.
The awful scream never paused, it became still more awful, and as though it had reached the utmost limit of terror, suddenly it ceased.
Suddenly Christie felt her arm grasped, and she was half-led, half-dragged, into the inner room.