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then the sofas were sprinkled, and the broom given a slight coating.
He looked at his companion sneakingly, he looked at him admiringly, he looked at him boldly, and put up one leg on the sofa.
As they left us, the girl who had so strangely revealed my husband's secret to me rose in her corner and approached the sofa.
I found her at the head of the sofa, when I returned.
Gilbert went to the sofa and bent over him for a few moments.
She did not wish that man to change his position on the sofa which was very suitable to the circumstances.
She was on her knees drawing the doll's house from beneath the sofa, where it had been hidden away; and immediately I thought, "I shall slip the insulting message into this.
Horace, in silent astonishment, advanced to the sofa to observe her more nearly.
After a little while she turned on her sofa and exclaimed, 'Dear me, dear me, there never was such a long day as this
Mademoiselle set the tray which she brought in upon a small table near at hand, and seated herself once again on the lumpy sofa.
Pierre reaching the house first went into Prince Andrew's study like one quite at home, and from habit immediately lay down on the sofa, took from the shelf the first book that came to his hand (it was Caesar's Commentaries), and resting on his elbow, began reading it in the middle.
Colin was on his sofa in his dressing-gown and he was sitting up quite straight looking at a picture in one of the garden books and talking to the plain child who at that moment could scarcely be called plain at all because her face was so glowing with enjoyment.