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Jess peered through the peephole in the curtain and saw that the hall was crowded.
The long war-arrow, weighted with a blazing mass of pitch-smeared 211 moss, stuck in a log a few inches below my peephole.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER
I watched him, gentlemen, watched him through a peephole cut in the wall of his cabin, which is next the pantry.
THE GREAT AIRSHIP.F. S. BRERETON
Through that peephole he saw something that almost turned him livid, rooted him to the spot, and for a moment held him helpless.
THE GREAT AIRSHIP.F. S. BRERETON
The curtain was cracked through in places and had a peephole in the middle, with black smudges round it like a bruised eye.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
He was fully dressed, even to the hat on his head, and Paul carefully replaced the nail which protected his peephole.
THE MISSION OF POUBALOVFREDERICK R. (FREDERICK RUSSELL) BURTON
Several moments elapsed and then a peephole panel just above their heads shot open.
THE CRY AT MIDNIGHTMILDRED A. WIRT
The brief conversation with Penny through the closet peephole encouraged her to believe that almost at once help would come.
THE CRY AT MIDNIGHTMILDRED A. WIRT
The sound of the peephole panel moving again, aroused her momentarily from the stupor into which she rapidly was falling.
THE CRY AT MIDNIGHTMILDRED A. WIRT
Julia thrust a hard crust of bread in through the peephole, and then shoved a cup of steaming black coffee into her hand.
THE CRY AT MIDNIGHTMILDRED A. WIRT

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