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Thesiger, who was not at home, and then drove to Mrs.
I hope they have taken care to bespeak him.--Peak, I am not at home, of course, to anybody but the hairdresser.'
'Now, it is of no use, Peak,' said Sir John, raising his hand in deprecation of his delivering any message; 'I am not at home. I cannot possibly hear you.
Pavel was not at home. He was off somewhere helping to dig a well.
He soon reached the clergyman's house, but found him not at home. Passepartout waited a good twenty minutes, and when he left the reverend gentleman, it was thirty-five minutes past eight.
Petya was not at home, he had gone to visit a friend with whom he meant to obtain a transfer from the militia to the active army.
Here thou art not at home, but in my domain, and therein shall no one receive any hurt.
"Parfen Semionovitch is not at home," she announced from the doorway.
"Why did they tell me he was not at home, then?" "Where did they tell you so,--at his door?" "No, at his mother's flat; I rang at Parfen Semionovitch's door and nobody came."
If Rogojin was really not at home, the prince was advised to go to a certain house, the address of which was given, where lived a German lady, a friend of Nastasia Philipovna's.
They would all come and knock and want to come in, because they know I am not at home. I didn't light a candle for the same reason.
and this time three years, if I am not at home, tell them to address them to At that moment the two wakes were fairly crossed, and instantly, then, in accordance with their singular ways, shoals of small harmless fish, that for some days before had been placidly swimming by our side, darted away with what seemed shuddering fins, and ranged themselves fore and aft with the stranger's flanks.