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You can see now that it is fastened to a hook just above where the little opening for the ventilator is.
He did not see him stoop with ear close pressed to a tiny ventilator.
Raffles reached across me and tapped the ventilator, a sort of trapdoor in the wall above his bed, some eighteen inches long and half that height.
A second door communicates with the sitting-room, and has a ventilator in the upper part of it.
He flung himself at the port ventilator as though he meant to tear it out bodily and toss it overboard.
Above the door was a ventilator, through which volumes of fresh air renewed the impoverished atmosphere of the cell.
The familiar details came out: the stag's horns, the bookshelves, the looking-glass, the stove with its ventilator, which had long wanted mending, his father's sofa, a large table, on the table an open book, a broken ash tray, a manuscript book with his handwriting.
He flew over as I said, stamped with his foot and then putting his face to the cowl of the big ventilator shouted down there: "Please come on deck, sir," in a voice which was not trembling or scared but which we may call fairly expressive.
She remembered them by the hurt of her breasts and the prod of her instinct; also she remembered them by vision, so that, by the subtle chemistry of her brain, she could see them, by way of the broken screen across the ventilator hole, down into the cellar in the dark rubbish-corner under the stairway, where she had stolen her lair and birthed her litter.
The first thing I did was to put my head down the square of the midship ventilator.
I opened the ventilator in my cabin door, dear, and I heard every word they said.
On each side of the lower surface, or foot, there is a broad membrane, which appears sometimes to act as a ventilator, in causing a current of water to flow over the dorsal branchiae or lungs.