1 His mouth moved as though he were praying.
2 I sat down by her, and presently she moved uneasily.
3 Just then the whistle blew, and the train moved off.
4 The rats were multiplying in thousands, and we moved out.
5 Quincey and I simultaneously moved towards him, and took his arms.
6 She moved off into her boudoir, where she usually breakfasted early.
7 Together we moved over to the bed, and I lifted the lawn from her face.
8 He moved downwards in a sidelong way, some hundred feet down, and a good deal to the left.
9 She was still sleeping, and the Professor seemingly had not moved from his seat at her side.
10 This was repeated several times, with greater effort and with shorter pauses as the time moved on.
11 Then I too moved; but I had to go round headstones and railed-off tombs, and I stumbled over graves.
12 He moved towards me so quickly that for the moment I feared that he was about to make another homicidal attack.
13 When I came back to my seat, I found that Lucy had moved slightly, and had torn away the garlic flowers from her throat.
14 The dark man kept his eyes fixed on her, and when the carriage moved up Piccadilly he followed in the same direction, and hailed a hansom.
15 Unconsciously we had all moved towards the door, and as we moved I noticed that the dust had been much disturbed: the boxes which had been taken out had been brought this way.
16 The leiter-wagons contained great, square boxes, with handles of thick rope; these were evidently empty by the ease with which the Slovaks handled them, and by their resonance as they were roughly moved.
17 Then as the cloud passed I could see the ruins of the abbey coming into view; and as the edge of a narrow band of light as sharp as a sword-cut moved along, the church and the churchyard became gradually visible.
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