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  • It should be at a certain water-door, embowered in shrubbery.

    Memories and Portraits

  • I must choose, as well as the point of view, a certain moment in my growth, so that the scale may be exaggerated, and the trees on the steep opposite side may seem to climb to heaven, and the sand by the water-door, where

    Memories and Portraits

  • The canal by the water-door was limpid, with not even a ripple around the floating bits of garbage.

    The Shadow Of The Lion

  • Once in his cell, with the water-door closed, he paused at the entrance to the main chapel.

    The Shadow Of The Lion

  • I'm sorry I lost the water-door key when they took my clothes, because we could row up safely enough.

    The Shadow Of The Lion

  • Why shouldn't I slip in withyou, after dark, and let you out by the water-door?

    The Horse And His Boy

  • The Tisroc's garden (may he live for ever!) runs right down to the water and there is a little water-door.

    The Horse And His Boy

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