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1  I was facing the door, and saw it first.
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2  And the whole tableful turned towards the door.
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3  I saw the Pall Mall Gazette on the table by the door.
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4  He put down his glass, and walked towards the staircase door.
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5  Then I sniffed good wholesome meat, and opened the door on you.
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6  I never found one out of doors, or one sleeping alone within doors, after dark.
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7  I found no explosives, however, nor any means of breaking down the bronze doors.
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8  But now, with my growing knowledge, I felt very differently towards those bronze doors.
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9  Mrs. Watchett came in and walked, apparently without seeing me, towards the garden door.
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10  I heard the door of the laboratory slam, seated myself in a chair, and took up a daily paper.
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11  He caught up the lamp swiftly, and carried it, flaring red, through the door into the corridor.
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12  Then I wanted to arrange some contrivance to break open the doors of bronze under the White Sphinx.
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13  He was in the midst of his exposition when the door from the corridor opened slowly and without noise.
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14  There were no handles or keyholes, but possibly the panels, if they were doors, as I supposed, opened from within.
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15  I had a persuasion that if I could enter those doors and carry a blaze of light before me I should discover the Time Machine and escape.
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16  The door at the lower end opened, and she glided quietly up the laboratory, back foremost, and disappeared behind the door by which she had previously entered.
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17  I determined to put the thought of my Time Machine and the mystery of the bronze doors under the sphinx as much as possible in a corner of memory, until my growing knowledge would lead me back to them in a natural way.
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