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Far away the staring roads, deep in dust, stared from the hill-side, stared from the hollow, stared from the interminable plain.
This time the usual staring manoeuvres had scarcely begun when I lost my temper and flew at him in a fury.
But I did not notice the door from the passage softly and slowly open at that instant and a figure come in, stop short, and begin staring at us in perplexity I glanced, nearly swooned with shame, and rushed back to my room.
Anyone coming along the road from Chobham or Wo- king would have been amazed at the sight--a dwindling mul- titude of perhaps a hundred people or more standing in a great irregular circle, in ditches, behind bushes, behind gates and hedges, saying little to one another and that in short, excited shouts, and staring, staring hard at a few heaps of sand.
The inspector had stopped suddenly, and was staring with a look of absolute amazement at a paper upon the table.
We were alone, and he had been staring at me a long time, when all at once, up he got, as pale as death, and came close up to me, to my great terror.
Staring into the boy's eyes, the man became purple with rage.
Wash Williams stopped and stood staring at George Willard.
I didn't get the mother killed," said Wash Williams, staring up and down the street.
In the room he sank into a chair, trembling like a leaf, Marija still holding him, and the women staring at him in dumb, helpless fright.
While they were doing so, Riderhood still sat staring disconsolate.
Very little life was to be seen on either bank, windows and doors were shut, and the staring black and white letters upon wharves and warehouses 'looked,' said Eugene to Mortimer, 'like inscriptions over the graves of dead businesses.