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  • As it emerged into the moonshine I saw what it was.
  • With a nod he vanished into the bedroom, whence he emerged in five minutes tweed-suited and respectable, as of old.
  • Presently he emerged, looking even more flurried than before.
  • "You want to go home, no doubt, Doctor," he remarked as we emerged.
  • We rattled through an endless labyrinth of gas-lit streets until we emerged into Farrington Street.
  • In a very short time a decrepit figure had emerged from the opium den, and I was walking down the street with Sherlock Holmes.
  • He was the keeper of a low den in which I used to lodge in Swandam Lane, where I could every morning emerge as a squalid beggar and in the evenings transform myself into a well-dressed man about town.
  • Presently she emerged from the room again, and in the light of the passage-lamp your son saw that she carried the precious coronet in her hands.
  • Most of his time he would spend in his room, with the door locked upon the inside, but sometimes he would emerge in a sort of drunken frenzy and would burst out of the house and tear about the garden with a revolver in his hand, screaming out that he was afraid of no man, and that he was not to be cooped up, like a sheep in a pen, by man or devil.
  • Sherlock Holmes had been silent all the morning, dipping continuously into the advertisement columns of a succession of papers until at last, having apparently given up his search, he had emerged in no very sweet temper to lecture me upon my literary shortcomings.

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