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secrecy

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The butcher, the baker, the fish-monger, some of the customers of your shop, and many a prying old woman, have told me several of the secrets of your interior.
One by one she sent them through the secret panel into the room beyond, and when the last had passed from the chamber where we stood in wide-eyed amazement she turned and smiled at us and then herself passed through, leaving us alone.
And you shall judge of it yourself," pursued Aramis; "and you shall tell me if I am mistaken with regard to the importance of this secret.
For it was a secret and he kept it secret in the most elaborate fashion.
Let them have their secret that you and I may return to our people, and lead them to the conquest of all Pellucidar.
A single kink in my brain," Thomson continued, "a secret weakness, perhaps even a dash of lunacy, and I might be quite reasonably the master-spy of the world.
Were all means of communicating with me, even in secret, carefully removed from her?
Own it plainly, Lucy, if I am asking too much in asking you to keep a secret from your husband.
Oh, Phebe, it's such a lovely day, I do wish your fine secret was going to happen right away
The preservation of his guilty secret, and the persecution of Mrs.
First, disorder was precipitated by the secret agents and the Black Hundreds, then the troops were called out.
Are you quite sure that you are acting wisely in keeping his secret from