1 The door is always locked, no way for me.
2 It had been locked after I left the Count.
3 The door opposite mine I tried, but found it locked.
4 The door was shut, but not locked, as I had left it.
5 A minute later I went over and tried it, and the door was locked.
6 Every window and door was fastened and locked, and I returned baffled to the porch.
7 She tries the door, and finding it locked, goes about the room searching for the key.
8 With a beating heart, I tried the door; but I was locked in my prison, and could do nothing.
9 There must have been some other means of entry, or some one had a key for one of the locked doors.
10 I have locked the door, and the key is tied to my wrist, so perhaps I shall not be again disturbed.
11 I did not wake her, but tucked her up warmly; I have taken care that the door is locked and the window securely fastened.
12 At last, however, I found one door at the top of the stairway which, though it seemed to be locked, gave a little under pressure.
13 But I am not in heart to describe beauty, for when I had seen the view I explored further; doors, doors, doors everywhere, and all locked and bolted.
14 They were all locked, as I had expected, and the locks were comparatively new; but I went down the stone stairs to the hall where I had entered originally.
15 Without a word he went and locked the door, and then began to set out on the little table the instruments for yet another operation of transfusion of blood.
16 He took the wolf and locked him up in a cage, with a piece of meat that satisfied, in quantity at any rate, the elementary conditions of the fatted calf, and went off to report.
17 I tried it harder, and found that it was not really locked, but that the resistance came from the fact that the hinges had fallen somewhat, and the heavy door rested on the floor.
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