1 Main Street with its two-story brick shops, its story-and-a-half wooden residences, its muddy expanse from concrete walk to walk, its huddle of Fords and lumber-wagons, was too small to absorb her.
2 Oliver was awakened in the morning, by a loud kicking at the outside of the shop-door: which, before he could huddle on his clothes, was repeated, in an angry and impetuous manner, about twenty-five times.
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3 It is in that keel that the titi huddle together.
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4 She sat huddled in an arm-chair near the stove, and when I came in she turned her head quickly toward me, without the least corresponding movement of her body.
5 She turned swiftly to the four negroes who huddled in the doorway, their black faces a peculiarly ashen shade.
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6 The huddled low wooden houses broke the plains scarcely more than would a hazel thicket.
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7 Anthony as she turned to her huddled followers.
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8 It was cool but Carol huddled on the porch, rocking, meditating, rocking.
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9 She huddled over folded hands like a temple virgin shivering on her knees before the thin warmth of a brazier.
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10 In the red glow from the fire-box, a group of people stood huddled together on the platform, encumbered by bundles and boxes.
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11 We could not so much as see the corrals, but we knew the steers were over there, huddled together under the north bank.
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12 They were charming up there, huddled together in the cart and peering down at me like curious deer when they come out of the thicket to drink.
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13 It was Aniele's kitchen, and huddled round the stove were half a dozen women, pale and frightened.
14 A shell screaming like a storm banshee went over the huddled heads of the reserves.
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15 They huddled no more like sheep.
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