1 Then he dashed out past him and flew down the passage.
2 Safety and the assurance of safety are things of the past.
3 The report was good; he had been quite quiet for the past day and night.
4 He is only a wreck of himself, and he does not remember anything that has happened to him for a long time past.
5 She recoiled from it, and, with a suddenly distorted face, full of rage, dashed past him as if to enter the tomb.
6 Suddenly with a single bound he leaped into the room, winning a way past us before any of us could raise a hand to stay him.
7 More than once as we sat around the table, my eyes opened in wonder whether the whole of the past days had not been a dream.
8 You have for many years trust me; you have believe me weeks past, when there be things so strange that you might have well doubt.
9 Even had we not the proof of our own unhappy experience, the teachings and the records of the past give proof enough for sane peoples.
10 I tried to get him to talk about the past few days, for any clue to his thoughts would be of immense help to me; but he would not rise.
11 In old days she would, I am sure, have noticed, no matter how we might have tried to conceal it; but in this way she is greatly changed during the past three weeks.
12 The poor dear meant to have said a part of the past, but he cannot think of time yet, and I shall not wonder if at first he mixes up not only the month, but the year.
13 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.