entrances


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So all except Jack Pumpkinhead, who was still tied fast to the Saw-Horse, ran to the various entrances of the royal palace and closed the heavy doors, bolting and locking them securely.
All these islands, reefs, shoals, lagoons, entrances, and distances were marked on the chart of his memory.
A minute later he was at the entrance, peering in at us with his inflamed eyes and raging like a demon.
Then there came a time when the grey cub no longer saw his father appearing and disappearing in the wall nor lying down asleep in the entrance. This had happened at the end of a second and less severe famine.
somewhere, is the entrance to the cav- ern," said the aged man.
The main entrance was some hundred feet in width and projected from the building proper to form a huge canopy above the entrance hall.
"You've only two more months before the Entrance," said Marilla.
These parlors are both too small for such parties of our friends as I hope to see often collected here; and I have some thoughts of throwing the passage into one of them with perhaps a part of the other, and so leave the remainder of that other for an entrance; this, with a new drawing room which may be easily added, and a bed-chamber and garret above, will make it a very snug little cottage.
The entrance was so low that the ape-man was compelled to drop to all fours before he could poke his head within the aperture; but first he looked, listened, and sniffed in each direction at his rear--he would not be taken by surprise from that quarter.
His sandals of zitidar hide had given forth no sound upon the marble floor he strode, and as his rapid pacing carried him past the entrance to the chamber there came faintly from the distance of the long corridor the sound of metal on metal--the unmistakable herald of the approach of armed men.
The inner doors to the entrance were locked and bolted.
"Dispatch ten battleships to guard the entrance to Omean, with orders to let no hostile enter or leave the shaft.