1 Now the curtain had been rung down forever, the footlights dimmed and the audience suddenly vanished, while the stunned old actor remained on his empty stage, waiting for his cues.
2 The blood-stained conquerors had departed; and their camp, which had so lately rung with the merry rejoicings of a victorious army, lay a silent and deserted city of huts.
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3 Andy," said his mistress, "step to Eliza's door, and tell her I have rung for her three times.
4 The bell rung, the steamer whizzed, the engine groaned and coughed, and away swept the boat down the river.
5 Twelve o'clock had scarce rung out over London, ere the knocker sounded very gently on the door.
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6 The sun was set, it was growing dark, and the first dinner-gong had rung.
7 The bell was rung again, with some impatience, while the party were in darkness.
8 "When this was pulled down, the bell in the kitchen must have rung loudly," he remarked.
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9 Another clerk was rung down from up stairs to take his place while he was out, and I accompanied him into the street, after shaking hands with my guardian.
10 When I had rung at the bell with an unsteady hand, I turned my back upon the gate, while I tried to get my breath and keep the beating of my heart moderately quiet.
11 The advertisement directed us to apply to Mrs. Crupp on the premises, and we rung the area bell, which we supposed to communicate with Mrs. Crupp.
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12 The peal which orders the doctor for the dead to be summoned has already been rung.
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13 Midnight sounded, and almost at the same time the bell was rung in Milady's chamber.
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14 Milady had already rung her bell, and roused the whole hotel.
15 The widow rung a bell for supper, and you had to come to time.