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1  There were several doors with brass knobs.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 13
2  I went out the door and suddenly I felt lonely and empty.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 7
3  We walked to the door and I saw her go in and down the hall.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 6
4  Afterward I lay and looked out the open doors onto the balcony.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 13
5  If you lay on your left side you could see the dressing-room door.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 12
6  Some one came in and as the door opened I could see the snow falling.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 2
7  Others stood holding on to the window rods or leaning against the doors.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 24
8  It was a bare hall with two windows and closed doors all down the corridor.
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Context   In BOOK 5: 41
9  The driver came out of the door with the papers for the wounded in the car.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 7
10  After a while I walked with her to the door of the villa and she went in and I walked home.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 5
11  She was not in the garden and I went to the side door of the villa where the ambulances drove up.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 5
12  The wind blew the leaves in the bower over the door of the dressing station and the night was getting cold.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 9
13  I saw the doors of the elevator closed, and the grill shut and the fourth-floor button pushed by the porter.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 13
14  The room was long with windows on the right-hand side and a door at the far end that went into the dressing room.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 12
15  Up in my room the rain was coming down heavily outside on the balcony, and the wind blew it against the glass doors.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 22
16  I looked in the door of the big room and saw the major sitting at his desk, the window open and the sunlight coming into the room.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 3
17  The door was open, there was a soldier sitting on a bench outside in the sun, an ambulance was waiting by the side door and inside the door, as I went in, there was the smell of marble floors and hospital.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 3
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