1 To keep out of range of the revealing rays from within he made a circuit through the untrodden snow and gradually approached the farther angle of the basement wall.
2 Ahead of them, a long way off, a range of hills stained by mottlings of black forest flowed away in round white curves against the sky.
3 This attribute was common to most of Lily's set: they had a force of negation which eliminated everything beyond their own range of perception.
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4 George Dorset's talk did not interfere with the range of his neighbour's thoughts.
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5 Such details did not fall within the range of Mrs. Peniston's vision.
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6 She did not indeed let her imagination range beyond the day of plighting: after that everything faded into a haze of material well-being, in which the personality of her benefactor remained mercifully vague.
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7 Inherited tendencies had combined with early training to make her the highly specialized product she was: an organism as helpless out of its narrow range as the sea-anemone torn from the rock.
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8 But they were welcomed warmly enough in the kitchen, with its crisp new plaster, its black and nickel range, its cream separator in a corner.
9 Miles Bjornstam, the pariah "Red Swede," had brought his circular saw and portable gasoline engine to the house, to cut the cords of poplar for the kitchen range.
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10 She had hoped for tiling, and a kerosene range for summer cooking, but Kennicott always postponed these expenses.
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11 If Sally whispered in her ear, or Charley gave her three winks, Tony would rush into the kitchen and build a fire in the range on which she had already cooked three meals that day.
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12 My own garments had been treated so badly that I never saw them again; grandmother burned them in the Cutters' kitchen range.
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13 I saw a long table, rows of wooden chairs against the wall, and a shining range in one corner.
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14 "Immense, I tell you," persisted Madame Ratignolle, surveying the sketches one by one, at close range, then holding them at arm's length, narrowing her eyes, and dropping her head on one side.
15 Beyond opens a door into the kitchen, where there is a glimpse to be had of a range with much steam ascending from it, and many women, old and young, rushing hither and thither.