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The little champion of Rum Alley stumbled precipitately down the other side.
All three set off on their walk, Mazarin taking the middle alley and the friends the side ones.
"Senor," replied Sancho, "every country has a way of its own; perhaps here in El Toboso it is the way to build palaces and grand buildings in alleys; so I entreat your worship to let me search about among these streets or alleys before me, and perhaps, in some corner or other, I may stumble on this palace- and I wish I saw the dogs eating it for leading us such a dance."
And always and everywhere I found saloons, on highway and byway, up narrow alleys and on busy thoroughfares, bright-lighted and cheerful, warm in winter, and in summer dark and cool.
"Mortimer said that the man had walked on tiptoe down that portion of the alley."
Slipping the key into the pocket of his tunic and covering the bundle with his long surcoat, De Vac stepped out into the darkness of the alley and hastened toward the dock.
And so he dragged himself to the ENQUIRER alley, sick in body and soul, but learning the long patience, to confront his eternal enemy, Cheese-Face, who was just as sick as he, and just a bit willing to quit if it were not for the gang of newsboys that looked on and made pride painful and necessary.
The messenger led me through the labyrinthine alleys to an open plaza near the center of the village.
de Beaufort, broke the seal, and began to read, while walking about in the first steel-chill rays of dawn, in the dark alley of old limes, marked by the still visible footsteps of the comte who had just died.
"Alley! Alley!" said the Cossack, touching the prisoner's arm to make him go on.
His guide pointed toward a doorway in an alley below them.
Therefore you are to set whole alleys of them, to have the pleasure when you walk or tread.