1 Only a few great names--Babylon, Nineveh, Clytemnestra, Agamemnon, Troy--floated across the open space.
2 She shuffled her feet to clear a space.
3 But in fact there was more space than was needed, and great hooded chairs.
4 These observations, though they have taken so great a space to be set down in, were yet the work of a few seconds.
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5 She knew what results in work a given number of them would produce in a given space of time.
6 A narrow space, betwixt these galleries and the lists, gave accommodation for yeomanry and spectators of a better degree than the mere vulgar, and might be compared to the pit of a theatre.
7 The lower and interior space was soon filled by substantial yeomen and burghers, and such of the lesser gentry, as, from modesty, poverty, or dubious title, durst not assume any higher place.
8 And spurring see decrease the middle space.
9 Our history must needs retrograde for the space of a few pages, to inform the reader of certain passages material to his understanding the rest of this important narrative.
10 An awful pause of horror silenced each murmur of the armed spectators, who, for the space of several minutes, stirred not a finger, save to sign the cross.
11 His will is the mountain stream, which may indeed be turned for a little space aside by the rock, but fails not to find its course to the ocean.
12 One by one the sullen sounds fell successively on the ear, leaving but sufficient space for each to die away in distant echo, ere the air was again filled by repetition of the iron knell.
13 In the space of a minute she opened her eyes, looked fixedly on the pile as if to familiarize her mind with the object, and then slowly and naturally turned away her head.
14 'Perhaps she'll float off into space altogether,' said Dukes.
15 Its tiny cleared space was lush and cold and dismal.