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Hushed in expectancy, she kept her wary gaze upon the stairs; and seldom so much as darkly shook her right mitten (with her fist in it), at the figure coming down.
That is why I am coming down myself and bringing Bransome.
It was a still night and the snow was coming down in masses and falling almost perpendicularly, covering the pavement and the empty street as though with a pillow.
Then, when the loading finally began, a sleety rain was coming down once more, and the tree trunks were so slippery that it took twice as long as usual to lift them and get them in place on the sledge.
But at that moment an adjutant galloped up with a message from the commander of the regiment in the hollow and news that immense masses of the French were coming down upon them and that his regiment was in disorder and was retreating upon the Kiev grenadiers.
You're coming down with me, Ralph, and you too, Geraldine?
Once we broke back to the westward, crossing a range of mountains and coming down to the coast.
But on the near bank, shortly before dark, a moose coming down to drink, had been espied by Kloo-kooch, who was Grey Beaver's squaw.
I pray you, Master Lieutenant," he said, "see me safe up, and for my coming down let me shift for myself.
Graham and her son coming down in the opposite direction.
She might have said something, instead of coming down the stairs with that alarming bonnet on.
Who was it I did see thee coming down the road with?