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“The Ascent of Mount Carmel", an explanation of some verses beginning: "In a dark night with anxious love inflamed".”
“Oh, aye, he really wanted to meet Billy Kimble, preferably on a dark night with no one around.”
“Screens showed him the intruder pulsing against the dark night side of Winterhome.”
“Well, when I came to the justice again, there was Mr FOSTER of Bedford, who, coming out of another room, and seeing me by the light of the candle (for it was dark night when I went thither), he said unto me, Who is there?”
“Every dark hour brings forth its man, and there was no doubt in the minds of the crew of the Dolphin that that dark night had produced its own hero: Dr. Jolly.”
“When the dark night came on, we started together, and traveled all night, and just as the day dawned we arrived at Manchester, where we stopped a short time with one Thomas Watkins.”
“Well, then, supposing some dark night he should see Daisy on the street, just grab her, hold on tight and say: ` ` Now, Daisy Rivers, I won't let you go till you promise you'll like me a great deal betterer than you do Dick Ray. '”
“Then I rose up on my curtainless bed, trembling and quivering; and then the still, dark night witnessed the convulsion of despair, and heard the burst of passion.”
“He stepped out under the halfdeck into the dark night and breathed the chill fresh air.”
“She glanced outside to the dark night and tamped down the sensation that someone was watching her, that deep in the thicket of oak, swamp berry, and buckthorn were hidden eyes, that something or someone malicious was peering into her house and studying her every move.”
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