1 All these enclosures abut upon the river at one end, and on a house at the other.
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2 It was a crazy old house with a wharf of its own, abutting on the water when the tide was in, and on the mud when the tide was out, and literally overrun with rats.
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3 The pharmacy of the hospital, a small building which had been added to the house, and abutted on the garden, had been transformed into a kitchen and cellar.
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4 In this blind alley there were tolerably low walls which abutted on gardens whose bounds adjoined the immense stretches of waste land.
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5 The garden abutted on a solitary, unpaved lane, bordered with brushwood while awaiting the arrival of houses; the garden was separated from it by a hedge.
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6 'From the shadow of this wall, I think,' said I, as we emerged upon a road on which a wall abutted.
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7 None of the best rooms abutted on the road; and the narrow, heavily-framed old-fashioned windows, never cheerful under any circumstances, looked very dismal, close shut, and with their blinds always drawn down.
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8 To dissipate in some trifling measure her abiding sense of the murkiness of human life she went to the "linhay" or lean-to shed, which formed the root-store of their dwelling and abutted on the fuelhouse.
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