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With every lurch of her feet, Andrew expected to feel her crumble beneath him.
It seemed too bright for a thing formed of dust, and doomed to crumble into dust again.
Not yet to be, and nevertheless to crumble away in this fashion under the sky!
And if he did, are these walls that will crumble at a few cannon-shots?
Is it in this wise that a house noble for centuries is to crumble into ruin?
It was quite sufficient for them to see a Tibetan to crumble into nothing.
It seemed as if every joy I had was destined to crumble in my hand.
Remember that it is uncertain as to size and that the walls are liable to crumble.
The luxury of Broadwood would have to crumble: his mind was very clear about that.
All at once my bones seemed to crumble and my flesh dissolve.