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  • Bunny Brown walked from the cellarway over to where his mother, Uncle

    Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Sunny South

  • The boys opened the hall door into the cellarway, and found there Snoop on his cushion and Fluffy on hers.

    The Bobbsey Twins in the Country

  • Before an open cellarway stood a ragged and barefooted soldier.

    The Mission of Janice Day

  • Also one night a strange man caught little Kotrina by the arm and tried to persuade her into a dark cellarway, an experience which filled her with such terror that she was hardly to be kept at work.

    The Jungle

  • The muffled sound of beating fists drew her to the cellarway.

    The Lady Doc

  • Also one night a strange man caught little Kotrina by the arm and tried to persuade her into a dark cellarway, an experience which filled her with such terror that she was hardly to be kept at work.

    The Jungle

  • And while the others blocked the passage or crowded into the room, according to the nature which was theirs, some one came from the cellarway and paused, smiling, on the threshold.

    Friendship Village

  • I intended getting in eventually by the cellarway, but, if you want me, that would take too long.

    The Window-Gazer

  • At the back of the cellarway a little essence lamp, hanging from a nail, lighted a door, the tower entrance.

    Là-bas

  • We kept along close to the houses, past the dives -- the streets, even here, were almost deserted; then I saw him drop down a cellarway.

    The Under Dog

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