It was nearly half-past ten before I had received my message, but a taxicab
took me round in good time for my appointment.
So he telephoned to March, asking him, with many apologetic curses and faint damns, to take the boat down the river as arranged, that they might meet at Willowood by the time settled; then he went outside and hailed a taxicab
to take him to the railway station.
There was a blank stillness for a measurable time, so that they could hear far off a flower-girl's laugh outside Charing Cross, and someone whistling furiously for a taxicab
in one of the streets off the Strand.
She gets in and pulls the door to with a slam as the taxicab
drew up before an oldfashioned residence upon the outskirts of Baltimore.
Rodney looked back over his shoulder and perceived that they were being followed at a short distance by a taxicab, which evidently awaited his summons.
Katharine laughed and walked on so quickly that both Rodney and the taxicab had to increase their pace to keep up with her.
The baby's nurse had been wheeling him in the sunshine on the walk before the house when a closed taxicab drew up at the corner of the street.
As she turned about to call this to him she was somewhat surprised to see that he was wheeling the carriage rapidly toward the corner, and at the same time she saw the door of the taxicab open and a swarthy face framed for a moment in the aperture.
Miss Penelope Morse was perfectly well aware that the taxicab
in which she left the Carlton Hotel was closely followed by two others.
Now this very day you've got to buy a couple of suitcases, hire a taxicab
, go sailing up to the front door of the Bronx Hotel like good pay and be damned.
And once 'e come to a place called Piccadilly, Teddy, and there was lights blazing like daylight and ladies and gentlemen in splendid clo'es crowding the pavement, and taxicabs
follering along the road.