1 Lucy this morning had gone back a bit.
2 When Arthur had gone I went back to the room.
3 Arthur has gone back to Ring, and has taken Quincey Morris with him.
4 Jonathan and I stood hand in hand, and we felt that our best and dearest friend was gone from us.
5 I have left to me neither chick nor child; all are gone, and in my will I have left you everything.
6 The suit in which I had travelled was gone, and also my overcoat and rug; I could find no trace of them anywhere.
7 The people of the house are careful to lock the door every night, so I feared that Lucy must have gone out as she was.
8 The attendant told me the patient had gone to the left, and had taken a straight line, so I ran as quickly as I could.
9 All the resolution has gone out of his dear eyes, and that quiet dignity which I told you was in his face has vanished.
10 When, an hour or two after, the Count came quietly into the room, his coming awakened me, for I had gone to sleep on the sofa.
11 I must have gone fast, and yet it seemed to me as if my feet were weighted with lead, and as though every joint in my body were rusty.
12 When they have gone, my carriage shall come for you, and shall bear you to the Borgo Pass to meet the diligence from Bukovina to Bistritz.
13 It was as if the blood, no longer needed for the working of the heart, had gone to make the harshness of death as little rude as might be.
14 She was ghastly, chalkily pale; the red seemed to have gone even from her lips and gums, and the bones of her face stood out prominently; her breathing was painful to see or hear.
15 At last there came a time when the driver went further afield than he had yet gone, and during his absence, the horses began to tremble worse than ever and to snort and scream with fright.
16 Every scrap of paper was gone, and with it all my notes, my memoranda, relating to railways and travel, my letter of credit, in fact all that might be useful to me were I once outside the castle.
17 We all looked on in horrified amazement as we saw, when he stood back, the woman, with a corporeal body as real at that moment as our own, pass in through the interstice where scarce a knife-blade could have gone.
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