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1  Let us follow it out to the bitter end.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In VII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE BLUE CARBUNCLE
2  Such was the dreadful end of my beloved sister.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
3  It will end in my being conveyed into the house.
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Get Context   In I. A Scandal in Bohemia
4  And then suddenly the whole business came to an end.
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Get Context   In II. THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE
5  A shadow of a doubt as to my conduct would bring the matter to an end.
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Get Context   In I. A Scandal in Bohemia
6  It is certain, therefore, that my sister was quite alone when she met her end.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
7  You may then walk to the end of the street, and I will rejoin you in ten minutes.
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Get Context   In I. A Scandal in Bohemia
8  By the way, there does not seem to be any very pressing need for repairs at that end wall.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
9  The blow has always fallen at the end of the time which it would take the senders to travel the distance.
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Get Context   In V. THE FIVE ORANGE PIPS
10  He had a garden and two or three fields round his house, and there he would take his exercise, though very often for weeks on end he would never leave his room.
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Get Context   In V. THE FIVE ORANGE PIPS
11  Some scaffolding had been erected against the end wall, and the stone-work had been broken into, but there were no signs of any workmen at the moment of our visit.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
12  You see, Mr. Holmes, I am a very stay-at-home man, and as my business came to me instead of my having to go to it, I was often weeks on end without putting my foot over the door-mat.
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Get Context   In II. THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE
13  Well, Watson, we are, I fancy, nearing the end of our quest, and the only point which remains to be determined is whether we should go on to this Mrs. Oakshott to-night, or whether we should reserve it for to-morrow.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In VII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE BLUE CARBUNCLE
14  Lestrade and I walked behind him, the detective indifferent and contemptuous, while I watched my friend with the interest which sprang from the conviction that every one of his actions was directed towards a definite end.
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Get Context   In IV. THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY
15  At the farther end was a small brazier of burning charcoal, beside which on a three-legged wooden stool there sat a tall, thin old man, with his jaw resting upon his two fists, and his elbows upon his knees, staring into the fire.
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Get Context   In VI. THE MAN WITH THE TWISTED LIP
16  The swing of his nature took him from extreme languor to devouring energy; and, as I knew well, he was never so truly formidable as when, for days on end, he had been lounging in his armchair amid his improvisations and his black-letter editions.
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Get Context   In II. THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE
17  He had no friends at all save the wandering gipsies, and he would give these vagabonds leave to encamp upon the few acres of bramble-covered land which represent the family estate, and would accept in return the hospitality of their tents, wandering away with them sometimes for weeks on end.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
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