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At the upper end we came out into a small chamber, the walls of which were plank except for a single window overlooking the slopes of Otz and the Valley of Lost Souls beyond.
If a train of heavy artillery could have come up and commenced ball practice outside the window, it would have been all the same to him.
My sitting-room window was wide open, and I leaned out listlessly to look at the night.
We'll see later how he got away from The Yellow Room," replied Rouletabille, "but he must have left the pavilion by the vestibule window.
The little boy was frightened, and jumped down from the chair; it seemed to him as if, at the same moment, a large bird flew past the window.
Two little white patches moved vaguely through the darkness, the stairs creaked, the door whined, and they were at the front room window.
It means," said Fisher, "that this man, Hooker Wilson, as soon as he had put his head in at that window, killed his two comrades who had put their heads in at the other windows, by firing across the empty room.
the distinct voice of a widow, seated in an arm-chair by the window, asked her son.
This done, I put the ladder against the house wall, listened, measured the distance to the open second-floor window with my eye, listened again--and, finding all quiet, began my second and last ascent.
Mary asked no more questions but waited in the darkness of her corner, keeping her eyes on the window.
Grewgious seeing nothing there, not even a light in the windows, his gaze wandered from the windows to the stars, as if he would have read in them something that was hidden from him.
They ran to the window, downstairs, and into the street.