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Qi

In Inner Mongolia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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The old man paused with a blank stare for a little while, holding the one key erect on the ring; then with an agitated jerk he began to work with his bony left hand at emptying the tin box before him.
He rose and moved cautiously toward the opposite end of the table where lay the coveted key. The fettered ankle halted his first step, but he stretched at full length along the table, extending eager fingers toward the prize.
There was, therefore, only a little to be done to this key.
Some minutes elapsed -minutes that seemed hours -- before she found the right key and raised the lid of the bureau.
"Now, mistress," says the lawyer, tapping the key hastily upon the chimney-piece.
So Brus took the gold zecchins and De Vac the key, and the little prince played happily among the flowers of his royal father's garden, and all were satisfied; which was as it should have been.
The key proffered him by the bereaved widower being a large one, he slips his two-foot rule into a side-pocket of his flannel trousers made for it, and deliberately opens his flannel coat, and opens the mouth of a large breast-pocket within it before taking the key to place it in that repository.
"If I send you down Miss Verinder's keys," she said to him, "I presume I shall have done all you want of me for the present?"
'The keys of your cabinet, desk, drawers, and whatever else you possess,' said he, rising and holding out his hand.
Rushworth will be here in a moment with the key. Do wait for Mr.
It was the lock of the door which had been closed ten years and she put her hand in her pocket, drew out the key and found it fitted the keyhole.
Then they all started to hunt for the key. They looked under the mat; they looked under all the carpets; they looked in all the cupboards and drawers and lockers--in the big chests in the ship's dining-room; they looked everywhere.