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AJARAfrican Journal of AIDS Research (National Inquiry Services Centre)
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Some disappointment was felt, and perhaps a little indignation also, when it became known that Silas Marner, on being questioned by the Squire and the parson, had retained no other recollection of the pedlar than that he had called at his door, but had not entered his house, having turned away at once when Silas, holding the door ajar, had said that he wanted nothing.
I ate, drank, and was invigorated; when, to add to my good luck, the Sacristan, too totty to discharge his duty of turnkey fitly, locked the door beside the staple, so that it fell ajar.
Then she opened the door ajar, looked out into the corridor and, in a low voice, said:
He saw himself obliged to one of two distasteful and perilous alternatives; either to shut the door altogether and set his portmanteau out upon the wayside, a wonder to all beholders; or to leave the door ajar, so that any thievish tramp or holiday schoolboy might stray in and stumble on the grisly secret.
At last I pulled open a heavy door which stood ajar, and found myself in an old ruined chapel, which had evidently been used as a graveyard.
I followed him, and found myself in a small apartment, plainly but not uncomfortably furnished and with its inner door, which was slightly ajar, opening into a paved courtyard.
If the window had been open or even ajar, I should think nothing of it; but, no--all was hermetically sealed.
Bertuccio glanced through the door, which was ajar.
In the obscurest corner of the room stood a tall and narrow oaken closet, with its door ajar, within which doubtfully appeared a skeleton.
A small room in the front of the house, on the fourth story, at the head of the passage was open, the door being ajar.
cried Louise, who had applied her ear to the door, which had been left ajar, "it is my mother's step
There are lights in the room, and the door is ajar.