COUNTER


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COUNTERCounting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources
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Sommers after that did not move in the direction of the bargain counter.
Deemer and two grown daughters occupied the upper rooms of the building, but Silas had never been known to sleep elsewhere than on a cot behind the counter of the store.
With slowly dawning remembrance, Mr Venus rises, and holds his candle over the little counter, and holds it down towards the legs, natural and artificial, of Mr Wegg.
Steady-eyed like her husband, she preserved an air of unfathomable indifference behind the rampart of the counter.
In precisely forty-three minutes, a maid entered, half out of breath, and laid a note on the counter.
Fynes," he said, lifting the flap of the counter and coming out.
There was an envelope lying on the counter, and a policeman writing in a note-book!
The counter, shelves, and floor had all been scoured, and the latter was overstrewn with fresh blue sand.
At the first knock, a sound, as of persons fencing with fire- irons, which had until now been very audible, suddenly ceased; at the second, a studious-looking young gentleman in green spectacles, with a very large book in his hand, glided quietly into the shop, and stepping behind the counter, requested to know the visitor's pleasure.
After groping through a grey forest of overcoats, he found that the dim cloak room opened on the lighted corridor in the form of a sort of counter or half-door, like most of the counters across which we have all handed umbrellas and received tickets.
He addressed the envelope on the counter with the German name of a certain person living in Vienna.
Rub as she could, she could make nothing more of it: she was in a little dark shop, leaning with her elbows on the counter, and opposite to her was an old Sheep, sitting in an arm-chair knitting, and every now and then leaving off to look at her through a great pair of spectacles.