And she took her by the arm and half pushed, half pulled her up one passage
and down another until she pushed her in at the door of her own room.
An hour and a half limped heavily away in the thief-and-rascal crowded passages
below, even though assisted off with mutton pies and ale.
Postponing his usual visit to Sorelli for a few minutes, the count followed his brother down the passage
that led to Daae's dressing-room and saw that it had never been so crammed as on that evening, when the whole house seemed excited by her success and also by her fainting fit.
14} I imagine this passage
to be a rejoinder to "Il.
must be paid for when taken, in order that the most perfect arrangements be made for starting at the appointed time.
An' wuth such masters uz a captun serves--the owners, the underwriters, an' the Board o' Trade, all pullun' an wantun' dufferent thungs--the owners wantun' quick passages
an' domn the rusk, the underwriters wantun' safe passages
an' domn the delay, an' the Board o' Trade wantun' cautious passages
an' caution always meanun' delay.
The crowd of diners and attendants that tumbled helter-skelter down the passages
divided into two groups.
It was no use grumbling--so many fewer tartlets and apples were eaten and fives balls bought on that Saturday; and after locking-up, when the money would otherwise have been spent, consolation was carried to many a small boy by the sound of the night-fags shouting along the passages
, "Gentlemen sportsmen of the School-house; the lottery's going to be drawn in the hall.
Perhaps it would be as well to start out with a broad and rapid sketch of Nietzsche as a writer on Morals, Evolution, and Sociology, so that the reader may be prepared to pick out for himself, so to speak, all passages
in this work bearing in any way upon Nietzsche's views in those three important branches of knowledge.
There was silence immediately--even among the people in the passages
without, and on the other staircases, who could neither see nor hear, but to whom, notwithstanding, the signal was conveyed with marvellous rapidity.
Peter Magnus, when the striped bag, and the red bag, and the brown-paper parcel, and the leather hat-box, had all been deposited in the passage
I wonder," said Tom slowly, "if, by any chance, we shall find, through this passage
, the lost city we are looking for.