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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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regent
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • Then, still keeping a hundred yards behind, we followed into Oxford Street and so down Regent Street.
  • Instantly the trapdoor at the top flew up, something was screamed to the driver, and the cab flew madly off down Regent Street.
  • We had been sauntering slowly down Regent Street during this conversation, and Dr. Mortimer, with his companion, had long vanished in front of us.
  • Until we got three-quarters down Regent Street.
  • "Now, Clayton, tell me all about the fare who came and watched this house at ten o’clock this morning and afterwards followed the two gentlemen down Regent Street."
  • He knew our number, knew that Sir Henry Baskerville had consulted me, spotted who I was in Regent Street, conjectured that I had got the number of the cab and would lay my hands on the driver, and so sent back this audacious message.
  • Was it possible that it was Barrymore after all whom we had seen in the cab in Regent Street?
  • He might slip away from us in the crowd of Regent Street, but it would puzzle him to do so upon the lonely moor.

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  • The California Board of Regents voted to increase student fees 32% at all University of California schools.
  • The King was captured, so his son served as Regent in his absence.

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