SILL


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AcronymDefinition
SILLSouthern Illinois
SILLStandard Internet Leased Line
SILLStrategy Inventory for Language Learning (survey)
SILLSarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning (est. 1972; Sarasota, FL)
SILLSmart Integrated Lower Limb (prosthetics)
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Dolokhov, the bottle of rum still in his hand, jumped onto the window sill. "Listen!" cried he, standing there and addressing those in the room.
"Wait!" cried Dolokhov, hammering with the bottle on the window sill to attract attention.
But there was no other way and with a shrug, which I must admit was half shudder, I stepped to the window's outer sill and began my perilous ascent.
But finally I reached a point where my fingers could just clutch the sill of the lowest window, and I was on the point of breathing a sigh of relief when the sound of voices came to me from above through the open window.
You see here on the sill is the boot-mark, a heavy boot with the broad metal heel, and beside it is the mark of the timber-toe."
Do you tell me that in that time the guilty person managed to make footmarks in the corner, open the window, mark the sill with blood, take the wedding ring off the dead man's finger, and all the rest of it?
And yet they HAVE missed him up to now!" Holmes had gone to the window and was examining with his lens the blood mark on the sill. "It is clearly the tread of a shoe.
The mother and tutor both rushed toward the window but before they had crossed half the room the boy had leaped nimbly to the sill and entered the apartment with them.
The flame moved, flickered, and shone small but brilliant on the very sill. I ran forward on tip-toe.
He put a foot upon the sill and leaned out, but he did not look down.
Under the long sill, to the floor, were shelves of books.
Robert went over and seated himself on the broad sill of one of the dormer windows.