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  • Sometimes it was an attic where ten or twelve people herded in a space not large enough for four. Cited from What Eight Million Women Want, by Rheta Childe Dorr
  • Chris later goes up to the attic where he sees a shadow shivering in the corner of the room.
  • One night Sandman comes and makes them dream that they go up in the attic where their father's old instruments are.
  • And there were places in the roof of this attic where the water began to trickle through and drop upon the floor. Cited from Six Little Bunkers at Cowboy Jack's, by Laura Lee Hope
  • To-day, however, when mother and son had departed, she ran eagerly up to the tiny attic where she slept. Cited from Sue, A Little Heroine, by L. T. Meade
  • In about ten minutes he was rapping at the door of the attic where his sister's friend Teen supported existence. Cited from The Guinea Stamp, by Annie S. Swan
  • Caroline flees to the attic where she sees it set up for some kind of ritual.
  • They worked out of a rented attic where they made their own printing table and worked on a British Home Stores account.
  • It pulled air from all open windows into the attic where it also ventilated the attic making the house much cooler.
  • Then he re-entered the house, but did not go into the room where the happy mother sat with her children, but to the lonely attic where he slept. Cited from Woman's Trials, by T.S. Arthur
  • Prisoners built a false wall to hide the space in the attic where they slowly built the glider out of stolen pieces of wood.
  • While they are packing to go to the hospital, she runs to the attic where Martin and David observe her actions.
  • Canal houses usually had a basement and a loft and attic where trade goods could be stored.
  • Sky, who is still experiencing the world and words around her, is brought into the attic where Mr Smith scans her.
  • There was a little room in the attic where we practiced on one of the thirty pianos scattered through the establishment. Cited from Short Stories and Selections, Emilie Kip Baker
  • However, no one, not even the ghosts, dare to go to the attic where Emily lies.
  • As part of the family's new home, Anderson set aside an attic where he would escape the stresses of business and family life.
  • A dry, cool cellar or attic where there is good circulation is a good place for storage. Cited from Every Step in Canning, by Grace Viall Gray
  • His mother called to him as he passed through the kitchen on his way to the attic where his Uncle Matthew's books were stored. Cited from The Foolish Lovers, by St. John G. Ervine
  • It is the story of an unfortunate medical student in Brussels who pays his way by painting pictures in the attic where he lives.
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