1 Whoever had thoroughly grasped it would be safe from human influences.
2 What's more to the point, with the Will in it; safe and sound; wrapped in parchment.
3 But safe and sheltered as I am, always at home, protected as you see me, as you think me.
4 There he opened his safe, took from the most private part of it a document endorsed on the envelope as Dr. Jekyll's Will, and sat down with a clouded brow to study its contents.
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5 But no sooner was Mr. Utterson alone that night than he locked the note into his safe, where it reposed from that time forward.
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6 He had grown into an extremely clear-headed, cautious, prudent young man, who was safe to rise in the world.
7 He was not so honest, he was not so manly, he was not so good-humoured; he substituted cunning for their simplicity, and passion for their safe solid sense.
8 He seemed to feel that as long as Bounderby could make no discovery without his knowledge, he was so far safe.
9 "The herd is safe, so please ye," said Gurth.
10 Therefore, Jew, I will see thee safe under some fitting escort.
11 We go with you no farther," said they; "it were not safe that we should do so.
12 Less pleasant, and less safe, when Cynthia's lamp.
13 Yet the valiant Jester, as soon as he found himself safe, hesitated more than once whether he should not turn back and share the captivity of a master to whom he was sincerely attached.
14 It is safe with me," said the Outlaw, "so be that this thy scroll produce the sum therein nominated and set down.
15 But I have turned the matter as I could; you are safe if you renounce Rebecca.