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10188 I sprang up and lit the lamp , but nothing was to be seen in the room .
10499 " That is our signal , " said Holmes , springing to his feet ; " it comes from the middle window . "
10539 The instant that we heard it , Holmes sprang from the bed , struck a match , and lashed furiously with his cane at the bell-pull .
11221 Finally he sprang from his chair with a cry of satisfaction , and walked up and down the room rubbing his hands together .
11231 Holmes bent over this grotesque frieze for some minutes , and then suddenly sprang to his feet with an exclamation of surprise and dismay .
13717 I sprang out of bed and flung open the shutters .
18685 I sprang for the footpath and saved myself by the fraction of a second .
45880 Then , as it would seem , he became as one that hath a devil , for , rushing down the stairs into the dining-hall , he sprang upon the great table , flagons and trenchers flying before him , and he cried aloud before all the company that he would that very night render his body and soul to the Powers of Evil if he might but overtake the wench .
47238 To my dismay the creature flew straight for the great Mire , but my acquaintance never paused for an instant , bounding from tuft to tuft behind it , his green net waving in the air .
60087 On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the end of the war , we will address the establishment of " a creative and gentle country " to realize the prospects of the next 50 years and aim at a great leap " from reform to creation . "

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