SOCKET


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SOCKETStudent Oriented Comprehensive Knowledge Enhancement Technique
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It shook, it slipped over the socket ledge, and rolled home like a pebble down the mouth of a gourd.
The bright tattooing upon his body was covered with blood and dust; his inflamed eyes rolled in their sockets, and his whole appearance denoted extraordinary suffering and exertion; yet sustained by some powerful impulse, he continued to advance, while the throng around him with wild cheers sought to encourage him.
His head was heavy, his eyes almost started from their sockets, and he fell heavily on the floor of his cell, muttering, --
He seemed to be searching for something, though his eyes were unmoved in their sockets.
Having taken off her gown and white kerchief, she drew a key from the large pocket that hung outside her petticoat, and, unlocking one of the lower drawers in the chest, reached from it two short bits of wax candle--secretly bought at Treddleston--and stuck them in the two brass sockets.
The eyes of Noirtier seemed as though they would start from their sockets.
The corpse-hued faces were hidden behind fists that twisted slowly in the eye sockets.
The soldiers had almost finished reloading; the metal ramrods flashed all at once in the sunshine as they were drawn from the barrels, turned in the air, and thrust into their sockets.