1 A top hat, well brushed and trim, was placed upon the floor beside him.
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2 It was easy to tell that they had been before the others, because in places their marks had been entirely obliterated by the others coming upon the top of them.
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3 The animals rushed to the top of it and gazed round them in the clear morning light.
4 The animals had now reassembled in the wildest excitement, each recounting his own exploits in the battle at the top of his voice.
5 Frequently it took a whole day of exhausting effort to drag a single boulder to the top of the quarry, and sometimes when it was pushed over the edge it failed to break.
6 A length of yellow brocade was visible half-way up; and, as one reached the top, a small powdered face, a great head-dress slung with pearls, came into view; an ancestress of sorts.
7 "Mr. Giles may be late," she added, laying it, complacently, on top of the pile.
8 Dug ourselves in to the hill top.
9 Clearing out a cupboard, I found my father's old top hat.
10 There it was, black, swollen, on top of them.
11 Streatfield; a piece of traditional church furniture; a corner cupboard; or the top beam of a gate, fashioned by generations of village carpenters after some lost-in-the-mists-of-antiquity model.
12 On the top of their matted branches birds sang.
13 He caught up the next paper; it was a brief note in the doctor's hand and dated at the top.
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14 Iron clamps and girders, fire-proof from top to bottom; mechanical lifts for the housemaids, with all their brushes and brooms; everything that heart could desire.
15 He also carried his small triangular shield, broad enough at the top to protect the breast, and from thence diminishing to a point.