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1  I rushed upstairs to make sure that she was not in the house.
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2  I shall be either at the house or in the police-station all day.
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3  It was a small shed in the narrow garden which ran behind the house.
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4  As I entered the house the maid ran into the hall with a startled face.
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5  Anyway, she took a house just two streets off and let lodgings to sailors.
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6  I therefore went into the house with the intention of clearing up this point.
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7  Our driver pulled up at a house which was not unlike the one which we had just quitted.
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8  It is something new for me to see my name in the papers and to find the police in my house.
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9  The girl fled away to the house, but as she ran she looked back and saw that the stranger was leaning through the window.
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10  For a month he was in and out of my house, and never once did it cross my mind that harm might come of his soft, tricky ways.
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11  We were just as happy as the day was long when we set up house together, and in all Liverpool there was no better woman than my Mary.
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12  Baker Street was like an oven, and the glare of the sunlight upon the yellow brickwork of the house across the road was painful to the eye.
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13  She begged him to remain at home, as she could hear the rain pattering against the window, but in spite of her entreaties he pulled on his large mackintosh and left the house.
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14  Some years ago, however, when she resided at Penge, she let apartments in her house to three young medical students, whom she was obliged to get rid of on account of their noisy and irregular habits.
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15  She seemed for an instant to wish to shrink back inside the house again; and then, seeing how useless all concealment must be, she came forward, with a very white face and frightened eyes which belied the smile upon her lips.
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16  Finally, an analysis has shown that the remains of his supper left by the stable-lad contain an appreciable quantity of powdered opium, while the people at the house partook of the same dish on the same night without any ill effect.
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17  They still had hopes that the trainer had for some reason taken out the horse for early exercise, but on ascending the knoll near the house, from which all the neighbouring moors were visible, they not only could see no signs of the missing favourite, but they perceived something which warned them that they were in the presence of a tragedy.
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