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Page 78 - Takvor was still gazing into the street when he felt a hand laid on his shoulder and heard a voice speaking his name. He raised his eyes and stared inquiringly into the face of his old Greek friend and college mate, Taviloudes. " Here, Takvor, drink this," and he held a glass to his motionless lips.
Page 224 - The next morning, as she stepped into the carriage which was to take her to the boat, she saw a man on the opposite side of the street watching her.
Page 234 - He was dazed trying to think of all the things that might have happened to her since she wrote.
Page 23 - Come," he whispered, when dinner was over and the children began to play; and the two wandered away from the others and sat down in the shade of a...
Page 119 - He knocked ; but there was no answer. He opened the door and entered.