CANDLES


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CANDLESChildren of Auschwitz Nazis' Deadly Lab Experiment Survivors
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The nurse lit the gilt candles before the icons and sat down by the door with her knitting.
He then took up one of the candles and relighted it by thrusting it into the fire.
If they put our candles out it will be an awful fix.
He found a little table set for dinner and lighted by a candle stuck in a glass bottle; and near the table sat a little old man, white as the snow, eating live fish.
It was his custom to bid his servant go to bed at his own time unless he had orders to the contrary, and to leave a candle on the common stair.
The church became so still that the drops of wax could be heard falling from the candles.
Besides--the candles which they sell behave very strangely in warm weather.
What notice must I give you," she asked, as she put the candle on the table, "before I leave?
Having put her travelling-box of matches and the guide-book near the candle, in case she might be sleepless and might want to read, she blew out the light, and laid her head on the pillow.
Twenty-five candles, and not a trace of a candlestick.
We hung it with the gingerbread animals, strings of popcorn, and bits of candle which Fuchs had fitted into pasteboard sockets.
Taking the candle from its place he commenced a systematic search of the apartment, nor had he gone far before he discovered another door in the opposite end of the room, a door which gave upon creaking hinges to the weight of his body.