References in classic literature ?
It was half-past six when we reached Benson's lock, and dusk was drawing on, and she began to get excited then.
He, greatly admiring Belinda's shining locks, longs to possess one, and makes up his mind that he will.
And when she came to the meadow, she sat down upon a bank there, and let down her waving locks of hair, which were all of pure silver; and when Curdken saw it glitter in the sun, he ran up, and would have pulled some of the locks out, but she cried:
A locked enclosure on a lonely island, a notorious vivisector, and these crippled and distorted men?
The Deputy Lock opened the letter with a grave face, which underwent no change as he eyed its contents.
Boxtel, who saw all this whilst hiding himself on the landing-place of the staircase above, descended step by step from his story as Rosa descended from hers; so that, when she touched with her light foot the lowest step of the staircase, Boxtel touched with a still lighter hand the lock of Rosa's chamber.
I threw open the door of the bedroom next to mine, and went and locked myself into my own room.
"Those locks can all be opened from the inside - you are very imprudent."
So the Doctor and his pets were led back to prison and locked up.
These he tried only to find each securely locked. The corridor wound more erratically the farther he advanced.
Be it as it may, we have private reasons for knowing that a tall figure in a white sheet did walk, at the most approved ghostly hours, around the Legree premises,--pass out the doors, glide about the house,--disappear at intervals, and, reappearing, pass up the silent stairway, into that fatal garret; and that, in the morning, the entry doors were all found shut and locked as firm as ever.
The house has to be closed and locked, and I shall trot around to the pigeon house, and shall send Celestine over in the morning to straighten things up."