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DOORS

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It would, no doubt, have been simpler still, if we had been able to place some one directly behind the door of Mademoiselle's boudoir, which opened out of her bedchamber, and, in that way, had been in a position to besiege the two doors of the room in which the man was.
He opened the doors, entered a step or two, and came back almost instantly with a rigid face.
Cautiously I opened the door of my apartment and, followed by Woola, sought the inner of the great doors.
You go on playin' you out o' doors every day an' you'll get some flesh on your bones an' you won't be so yeller.
A group of urchins were intent upon the side door of a saloon.
There was no advantage in locking ourselves up anywhere upstairs where the original doors and locks were much lighter.
It sounded at first like a door opening and shutting in the next room; and then there was a dull moan.
Doors all fast locked and keys outside, so that I could try them myself.
At first, on arriving at the door through which Mazarin had passed, D'Artagnan tried in vain to open it, but on the powerful shoulder of Porthos being applied to one of the panels, which gave way, D'Artagnan introduced the point of his sword between the bolt and the staple of the lock.
A locked door barred his way at its end, but a door upon his right opened and he stepped into a dimly-lighted chamber, about the walls of which were three other doors, each of which he tried in turn.
When he had issued his instructions relative to every other part of the building, and the mob were dispersed from end to end, and busy at their work, he took a bundle of keys from a kind of cupboard in the wall, and going by a kind of passage near the chapel (it joined the governors house, and was then on fire), betook himself to the condemned cells, which were a series of small, strong, dismal rooms, opening on a low gallery, guarded, at the end at which he entered, by a strong iron wicket, and at its opposite extremity by two doors and a thick grate.
There was no way of looking in, for the door fitted tight into the massive stone slabs.