secret passage love

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  • A secret passage was discovered in one of the aqueducts; two citizens of the Vatican were tempted by bribes to intoxicate the guards of the Aurelian gate; an attack was meditated on the walls beyond the Tyber, in a place which was not fortified with towers; and the Barbarians advanced, with torches and scaling-ladders, to the assault of the

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • After that, he fumbled around Preston’s desk until he found the hidden button, pressed it, and opened the secret passage behind the monitor banks.

    Time Was

  • “If you mean you think it is my job to go into the secret passage first, O Thorin Thrain’s son Oakenshield, may your beard grow ever longer,” he said crossly, “say so at once and have done!

    The Hobbit

  • An instant later Prince Conrig slipped out of the secret passage and began his scrutiny of the diners below him, not knowing Princess Ullanoth was there.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • The secret passage was a legacy of Edmund Wyngate, the whimsical silent film star who had overseen the castle’s rebuilding eighty years ago.

    THE 4400® WELCOME TO PROMISE CITY

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