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I had all the trouble in the world to curb the ardor of King Hiram who dragged me along the shadowy labyrinth of corridors.
ATLANTIDAPIERRE BENOIT
Tom reached the junction of the corridors, and crouched close to the wall.
GOLD IN THE SKYALAN EDWARD NOURSE
The rooms and staircases are almost inconceivably numerous; and there are said to be two miles of passages and corridors!
Tastefully clad in a Navy surplus Long John, he started down the corridors.
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
Gilded doors lead into corridors like streets, which end in a peristyle supported by pillars.
During the tea-drinking animated conversations were going on among the prisoners in the cells and corridors.
THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY
There is a strip of basaltic flags connecting the door of one of the corridors with that of the tepidarium.
The fachada of the church retreats some fifteen or twenty feet from the front line of the corridors.
The following is bad: “His name went resounding in golden letters through the corridors of time.”
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
If she saw him in one of the corridors, she would scuttle away like an alarmed rabbit.
THE INTRIGUERSWILLIAM LE QUEUX