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1  The habit of entering accurately must help to soothe me.
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2  Passing through this, he opened another door, and motioned me to enter.
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3  I shall not ever enter on the subject with her under any circumstances.
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4  Renfield artfully waited until the attendant was entering the room to inspect.
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5  I shall enter here some of my notes, as they may refresh my memory when I talk over my travels with Mina.
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6  When I have returned you will be master of all the facts, and we can then better enter on our inquisition.
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7  She recoiled from it, and, with a suddenly distorted face, full of rage, dashed past him as if to enter the tomb.
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8  Then the mountains seemed to come nearer to us on each side and to frown down upon us; we were entering on the Borgo Pass.
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9  Here was an opportunity which I might not have again, so I exerted myself, and with many efforts forced it back so that I could enter.
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10  The Professor unlocked the door, and seeing a natural hesitation amongst us for various reasons, solved the difficulty by entering first himself.
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11  He may not enter anywhere at the first, unless there be some one of the household who bid him to come; though afterwards he can come as he please.
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12  I could not enter it, as I had not the key of the door leading to it from the house, but I have taken with my kodak views of it from various points.
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13  You are to leave the keys on coming away in the main hall of the house, where the proprietor may get them on his entering the house by means of his duplicate key.
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14  The impression I had was that we were leaving the West and entering the East; the most western of splendid bridges over the Danube, which is here of noble width and depth, took us among the traditions of Turkish rule.
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15  The fact that a coastguard was the first on board may save some complications, later on, in the Admiralty Court; for coastguards cannot claim the salvage which is the right of the first civilian entering on a derelict.
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16  It was evident that he was undergoing some process of mental disturbance, and, knowing how his past moods had interpreted things seemingly foreign to himself, I thought I would enter into his mind as well as I could and go with him.
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17  As to the disposal of forces, it was suggested by the Professor that, after our visit to Carfax, we should all enter the house in Piccadilly; that the two doctors and I should remain there, whilst Lord Godalming and Quincey found the lairs at Walworth and Mile End and destroyed them.
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