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Walling would work out the details of the escape—and make it safe and sure—trust Walling for those things.
Then in a moment I was beside him in a little chamber built in the walling of the well; and after me came the prior.
WULFRIC THE WEAPON THANECHARLES W. WHISTLER
I expect these iron handles that we both hate have been part of some damned machinery for walling him up.
THE BALL AND THE CROSSG.K. CHESTERTON
The oratory had probably a screen walling off the lepers from the rest of the congregation.
HAUNTED LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
The materials used are wrought stone, rough walling stones, and brick.
Five minutes' run brought them to the place where the masons were at work walling up the entrance to some old workings.
FACING DEATHG. A. HENTY
These three kinds of support are called timbering, walling, and filling up.
Titus was walling against a wall; turning upon the Jews that same thing which they had reared against him.
THE CITY OF DELIGHTELIZABETH MILLER
Many of the boys raising their tents, walling them with logs, building chimneys, etc.
AN ARTILLERYMAN'S DIARYJENKIN LLOYD JONES
Of the church there is left a few fragments of walling, of St Augustine's tomb, nothing whatsoever.

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