1 Neither did he appear to have pursued any course of reading which might fit him for a degree in science or any other recognized portal which would give him an entrance into the learned world.
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2 The hermit speedily unbolted his portal, and admitted Locksley, with his two companions.
3 I went out through the portal into the sunlit world again as soon as my hunger was satisfied.
4 A sudden thought came into my head as I stooped towards the portal.
5 With the same hard demeanour, she was led back to prison, and vanished from the public gaze within its iron-clamped portal.
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6 At one extremity, this spacious room was lighted by the windows of the two towers, which formed a small recess on either side of the portal.
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7 The portal was two hundred and twenty feet high, and one hundred wide; but words are wanting to express the materials of which it was built.
8 It would fly wildly with the stumps of its burned wings towards that radiant portal.
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9 Suddenly little Gerda stepped through the great portal into the palace.
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10 Entering a portal, fastened only by a latch, I stood amidst a space of enclosed ground, from which the wood swept away in a semicircle.
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11 The trees about the portal of the chapel moved soughingly in a soft wind.
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12 Up the street they went, past stores and gay shops, across a broad square, until with a hundred others they entered the high portal of a great building.
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13 In the cab they continued to remain silent through the brief drive which carried them to the illuminated portals of the Stepneys' hotel.
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14 Within the precincts of her home she felt like one who has entered and lingered within the portals of some forbidden temple in which a thousand muffled voices bade her begone.
15 A sufficient time before he would have allowed the problem to kick its heels at the outer portals of his mind, but now he felt compelled to give serious attention to it.
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