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Now, my father, I tell you that the marrow melted in my bones with terror, for if I undid the mat I feared he must see the child and then--"
I undid the bandages, and the wounded man looked at me with his large eyes and gave no sign of pain as I did it.
But the gods soon undid my bonds for me, and having drawn my rags over my head I slid down the rudder into the sea, where I struck out and swam till I was well clear of them, and came ashore near a thick wood in which I lay concealed.
The duke undid his belt and gave it to Grimaud, who tied La Ramee in such a way as to satisfy him.
The summons was answered by a bond-servant, a coarse-clad and dull-featured piece of humanity, who, after ascertaining that his master was the applicant, undid the door, and held a flaring pineknot torch to light him in.
Then he undid the chain, and showed her how to fasten it round her neck, and to hide it away under the edge of her frock.
He undid the burnished belt, and beneath this the cuirass and the belt of mail which the bronze-smiths had made; then, when he had seen the wound, he wiped away the blood and applied some soothing drugs which Chiron had given to Aesculapius out of the good will he bore him.
His withered guide led him along several obscure passages, and finally undid a door, through which, as it was opened, there came the sight and sound of rustling leaves, with the broken sunshine glimmering among them.
With trembling hands I undid my trunk, turned out the contents, and drew from the bottom my own hair.