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He stood in a gigantic stone hall paved, it seemed, with the sheeted dead third-class passengers who had taken their tickets overnight and were sleeping in the waiting-rooms.
"Give me the ticket," says Flashman, with an oath, leaning across the table with open hand and his face black with rage.
At the station he took a ticket and said he was going to accompany her home.
"You think it better to take the tickets now?" he said dubiously.
I 've been dying to go all day, tried to get tickets this morning and could n't, been fuming about it ever since, and now oh, how splendid!" And Polly could not restrain an ecstatic skip, for this burst of joy rather upset her.
"And they counts my money and tickets, when I gets home, to see if I 's got the change; and if I han't, they half kills me."
Several pupils had a few yellow tickets, but none had enough -- he had been around among the star pupils inquiring.
Cutter showed his wife's ticket to the conductor, and settled her in her seat before the train moved off.
"Because," replied the Married Woman, "he was a wicked man, and had purchased a ticket to Chicago."
When the train started Tom Little punched his ticket, grinned and, although he knew George well and knew on what adventure he was just setting out, made no comment.
You cannot pass into the waiting room of the depot till you have secured your ticket, and you cannot pass from its only exit till the train is at its threshold to receive you.
Here is the ticket; they didn't find that; the watch can be redeemed; they don't sell pledges.' The lad panted out these phrases, one after another, like minute guns; but at the last word, which rang in that stately chamber like an oath, his heart failed him utterly; and the dreaded silence settled on father and son.