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I positively felt quite bashful the first time I saw her--she was sitting stooping over her sewing in the sunshine outside the house, when I rode up and called out, without noticing that she was a stranger, 'Is Martin Poyser at home?
The wind was howling outside, and the rain was beating and splashing against the windows.
Here was an island with only a handful of people in it--25,000--and yet such fine roads do not exist in the United States outside of Central Park.
And I take my stand by Toby Veck, although he DID stand all day long (and weary work it was) just outside the church-door.
In the top of our tree we built a grass house, and on the platform outside was a pile of rocks, which were for the heads of any that might chance to try to visit us.
Twenty miles further on, two of the front outside passengers, wisely availing themselves of their arrival at one of the best inns in England, turned in, for the night, at the George at Grantham.
You ought to see once in a way what's going on outside, if it's only nothing particular after all.
Charles and Hal went out in the evening and bought six Outside dogs.
When the outsides saw this, they put their halfpence back into their pockets again, declaring that he was an idle young dog, and didn't deserve anything; and the coach rattled away and left only a cloud of dust behind.
She had lived in their house and yard and garden; her thoughts never seemed to stray outside that little kingdom.
A green and yellow parrot, which hung in a cage outside the door, kept repeating over and over:
At last I heard steps outside, and the hostler who had put up the traveler's horse burst into the stable with a lantern, and began to untie the horses, and try to lead them out; but he seemed in such a hurry and so frightened himself that he frightened me still more.