1 Unhappily there are not many to learn, as the only train to-morrow leaves as I say.
2 The wolves, which had withdrawn to a safe distance, followed in their wake, leaving us alone.
3 He went away on the word, leaving me with a new mystery to think of, a new puzzle to grapple with.
4 I had better tell you exactly what happened, leaving you to draw, in a measure, your own conclusions.
5 Needless to add, I took care before leaving to lift, for ever and adequately, this source of reproach.
6 The leaves were turning to all kinds of beautiful colours, but had not yet begun to drop from the trees.
7 Van Helsing beckoned to us and we stole out of the room, leaving the two loving hearts alone with their God.
8 As I was leaving the room it struck me that the clothes she wore might give me some clue to her dreaming intention.
9 As he fled back over the Danube, leaving his forces to be cut to pieces, so now he is intent on being safe, careless of all.
10 He had arranged before leaving London that his agent should send him every day a telegram saying if the ship had been reported.
11 When Van Helsing had seen her, he went out for a walk, leaving me in charge, with strict injunctions that I was not to leave her for a moment.
12 Arthur bent and kissed her, and then we sent him and Quincey out of the tomb; the Professor and I sawed the top off the stake, leaving the point of it in the body.
13 There were many things new to me: for instance, hay-ricks in the trees, and here and there very beautiful masses of weeping birch, their white stems shining like silver through the delicate green of the leaves.
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.
15 A telegram came from Van Helsing at Amsterdam whilst I was at dinner, suggesting that I should be at Hillingham to-night, as it might be well to be at hand, and stating that he was leaving by the night mail and would join me early in the morning.