sleeping-place love

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  • At night, when the god returned home, White Fang would leave the warm sleeping-place he had burrowed in the snow in order to receive the friendly snap of fingers and the word of greeting.

    The Love-Master

  • 'We can choose our own sleeping-place every night and put our tents there.

    An Open Letter to Fans of South Plains Football

  • Then she sped back to their sleeping-place, meaning to tidy up the bags they had slept in, and put out breakfast neatly.

    An Open Letter to Fans of South Plains Football

  • Tis not far to Stratford, but should I pause to answer Will myself, we would never get to our sleeping-place before we hear those midnight chimes again.

    The Secret of the Sealed Room

  • Tis not far to Stratford, but should I pause to answer Will myself, we would never get to our sleeping-place before we hear those midnight chimes again.

    Wicked Will

  • Tis not far to Stratford, but should I pause to answer Will myself, we would never get to our sleeping-place before we hear those midnight chimes again.

    Wicked Will

  • Fear naught; all is quiet in the host, and Hector is gone to assign a sleeping-place to the Thracian army.

    Rhesus

  • Fear naught; all is quiet in the host, and Hector is gone to assign a sleeping-place to the Thracian army.

    Rhesus

  • It lay through mist, and mud, and rain, and vines trained low upon the ground, all that day and the next; the first sleeping-place being Cremona, memorable for its dark brick churches, and immensely high tower, the Torrazzo — to say nothing of its violins, of which it certainly produces none in these degenerate days; and the second, Lodi.

    Pictures from Italy

  • What made our situation worse here was, that we had no rooms that we could command; for the good people had no notion that a man could have any occasion but for a mere sleeping-place; so, during the day, the bed-chambers were common to all the house.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

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