1 In no place save from the windows in the castle walls is there an available exit.
2 Time is everything with him; and swift action on our part may save another victim.
3 But that is gone; and we must so work, that other poor souls perish not, whilst we can save.
4 I cannot leave her, and I am alone, save for the sleeping servants, whom some one has drugged.
5 I suppose that we women are such cowards that we think a man will save us from fears, and we marry him.
6 When Skinsky had come to him, he had taken him to the ship and handed over the box, so as to save porterage.
7 For a moment or two we stood appalled, all save Lord Godalming, who was seemingly prepared for such an emergency.
8 We men here, all save Jonathan, have seen with their own eyes what is to be done before that place can be purify.
9 We shall unscrew the coffin-lid, and shall do our operation: and then replace all, so that none know, save we alone.
10 They are fearless and without religion, save superstition, and they talk only their own varieties of the Romany tongue.
11 In his pocket was a bottle, carefully corked, empty save for a little roll of paper, which proved to be the addendum to the log.
12 It was his last hope, save that he might hide in the tomb that he think poor Miss Lucy, being as he thought like him, keep open to him.
13 I am so glad I have type-written out my own journal, so that, in case he asks about Lucy, I can hand it to him; it will save much questioning.
14 We found nothing throughout except dust in extraordinary proportions, and all untouched save for my own footsteps when I had made my first visit.
15 Within, stood a tall old man, clean shaven save for a long white moustache, and clad in black from head to foot, without a single speck of colour about him anywhere.
16 Believe me that if the time comes for you to change your mind towards me, one look from you will wipe away all this so sad hour, for I would do what a man can to save you from sorrow.
17 The fact that a coastguard was the first on board may save some complications, later on, in the Admiralty Court; for coastguards cannot claim the salvage which is the right of the first civilian entering on a derelict.
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