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December 27, 2007 at 9:34 am layder dey muv tu diffent appleradus wif a bigger peekhole n dey change playcez fur even mor fun.
About six feet up from the door-at the exact height of his eyes-was a small round window, little bigger than an outlaw's peekhole.
I expected to see that old butler come shambling down the long hall to the foyer, but it was the old lady herself who put an eye to the peekhole and asked who it was.
He must study the theater from every point of view, from an orchestra seat, from behind the scenes, from a peekhole in the playwright's study, and from the pages of stage history.
Through his precarious peekhole Payne caught glimpses of the water and land that the Cormorant was leaving behind her.
When he couldn't see anything through the peekhole, he turned to me and said, "Where's the lens cap?