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“Mellowes on the rack confessed to having received it from him.”
“We had now to wait for young Branghton, who did not appear for some time; and during this interval it was with difficulty that I avoided Sir Clement, who was on the rack of curiosity, and dying to speak to me.”
“He collected his bag, stowed it in a clear space on the rack above the shy young man's head, thrust his golf-clubs on the opposite rack and, positively blushing and regarding the girl with pathetic humility, he reclaimed his magazines.”
“A skull mounted on the rack for emphasis had an axhead still embedded in it.”
“I watched a wardrobe man come in and gather up the uniforms, toss them like rags in a corner, and replace them on the rack with blue and gold-braided uniforms marked “Custer” with my name on them.”
“Our mother had a vivid recollection of once, when still a little child, sitting down at the piano, placing an open music-book on the rack (though she could not yet read music), and beginning to pound and thump the keys with might and main.”
“The dish-towels are those hanging on the rack over the stove.”
“Stretch'd no longer on the rack of this rough world.”
“A long and sleepless night behind them; hours of cruelly back-breaking toil in the metal jungle of the machinery space; that lifetime of tearing tension when they had not known whether they were going to live or die but had believed they were going to die; the poisonous fumes that had laid them all on the rack -- all of these combined had taken cruel toll of their reserves of physical and mental energy, and the crew of the Dolphin were now sleep-ridden and exhausted as they had never been.”
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