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Sir Richmond astonished the doctor by going to his room, reappearing dressed in tennis flannels and looking very well in them.
He often saw the meat and fruit tins he threw away when they were emptied, reappearing in the market-place.
THE BLACK-BEARDED BARBARIAN (GEORGE LESLIE MACKAY)MARY ESTHER MILLER MACGREGOR, AKA MARION KEITH
He walked about for a long time, now disappearing and now reappearing, and finally he came back.
MASTER AND MANLEO TOLSTOY
They looked like electric lights—disappearing, reappearing dimly, then shining as bright as ever.
Now she took form like a stone, now seemed to sink out of sight into the earth, reappearing only to vanish again into thin air.
WILD LIFE NEAR HOMEDALLAS LORE SHARP
Green entered the field house, reappearing after a moment with a football tucked under his arm.
THE GUARDED HEIGHTSWADSWORTH CAMP
There was no need to prove his courage further by reappearing in the restaurant.
Thereupon she hastily went into the adjoining room, reappearing a moment later with a roll of papers in her hand.
That she saw Richard Kildene and knows him to be living is his reason for reappearing here and trying this most daring plea.
THE EYE OF DREADPAYNE ERSKINE
"I went myself to get him," said Ruth, reappearing after a longer absence than old Phoebe had anticipated.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN