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At length she paused before the portrait of the stern old Puritan, her ancestor, and the founder of the house.
There is but one man in the whole earth whose hand can duplicate that crimson sign"-- he paused and raised his eyes to the pendulum swinging back and forth-- "and please God we will produce that man in this room before the clock strikes noon
It must be owned, that if an interest displayed in his success could have bribed the Disinherited Knight, the part of the lists before which he paused had merited his predilection.
An instant she paused to look toward the great lion, and at the same moment she saw the huge beast rise slowly to his full height.
In the act of going towards the door, Adam paused automatically and looked about for his hat, quite unconscious where he was or who was present with him.
She moved forward a step or two and then paused again above the dip of the Corbury road.
There she paused and stood listening to the conversation in the drawing room, waiting for Boris to come out.
At the door of the station she paused, and tried to collect her thoughts.
I think I could be happy in a house full of enemies, if--' but no; that sentence must not be continued--I paused, and hastily added,--'And, besides, we cannot well leave a place where we have lived for two or three years, without some feeling of regret.
As she paused to listen, this first shot was followed by another and another and another.
As they paused to cross the road, she glanced as though involuntarily at her companion.
She was like a study in undernotes, and yet"--Lovell paused a moment--"and yet no Spanish dancing woman, whose dark eyes and voluptuous figure have won her the crown of the demi-monde, ever possessed that innate and mystic gift of kindling passion like that woman.