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The police were now entirely satisfied that egress had not been in these directions.
In fact, having once satisfied themselves that no egress could have been made in this quarter, they would naturally bestow here a very cursory examination.
He seldom spoke to her, but when he did it was with the most powerful respect; and he never let her quit the apartment without rising in the most stately manner to open the door, and making an elegant bow at her egress.
One comprehends how undisturbed he was, and how safe from any danger of interruption, when it is stated that he even carried off a unicorn's horn--a mere curiosity--which would not pass through the egress entire, but had to be sawn in two-- a bit of work which cost him hours of tedious labor.
When she had laid the supper-cloth, the bridge was lowered to give her means of egress, and she withdrew for the night.
Korak, seeing that they were discovered, lifted Meriem to his shoulders and ran for the tree which would give them egress from the village.
It was evidently a block without any possible egress. Where was Captain Nemo taking us to?
A small door, close to the lodge of the concierge, gave ingress and egress to the servants and masters when they were on foot.
All egress from my chamber, except through a window, was cut off.
Thuria's brilliant light flooded the plain before the walled city of Lothar as Carthoris broke from the wood opposite the great gate that had given the fugitives egress from the city earlier in the day.
Following the corridors and vaults beneath the castle they came to the stone stairway, and mounted to the passage which led to the false panel that had given the two fugitives egress.
Tope, living overhead, used for their own egress and ingress a little side stair that came plump into the Precincts by a door opening outward, to the surprise and inconvenience of a limited public of pedestrians in a narrow way, he would be alone, as in a separate residence.