1 The prisoner raised his fist in a gesture of defiance as he was led out of the courtroom.
2 The road to Ely leads out across the fens.
3 The police set up blockades on highways leading out of the city.
4 He led out a lady for the dance.
5 The French windows lead out onto a wide shady terrace.
6 Police set up road-blocks on routes leading out of the city.
7 Alexander took her hand and led her to the door that led out on to the path that wound down towards the beach.
8 A back door led out to the carport and there were two windows, just as there were in the front.
9 An imposing staircase led out of the hall.
10 Which path leads out of the electoral maze?
11 The girl, who can not be named for legal reasons, was then led out the back door of the court.
12 The bridge leading out of the pass was down.
13 A fine oak staircase with barley sugar bannisters leads out of the stone flagged hall and the south-east facing sitting-room is panelled.
14 Ahead of me was a glass-panelled oak door which led out to the sun terrace.
15 Instinctively,[www.Sentencedict.com] she headed for the door that led out into the garden.
16 The spacious lounge has a bar for a relaxing drink and leads out on to a surrounding, shaded terrace.
17 A young stable lad led out another horse, and stood waiting for the one which the smith had almost finished shoeing.
18 Up to a point, I think you can lead out of fear, intimidation, as awful as that sounds.
19 Get the lead out of them boots, Mr. Bickerstaff.
20 The men on the left will lead out.
21 Another gate lead out to what looked like a dirt road.
22 The people on the left will lead out.
23 If he is nimble, he is welcome to lead out a party in pursuit.
24 The captain told the sailors to get the lead out.
25 Rumors have it that secret tunnels lead out of this castle, but we haven't found any.
26 The captain told the sailors to get the lead out of their pants.
27 However, Richard Gough has shown no adverse reaction to his comeback game against Brugge and will lead out Rangers today.
28 There are numerous walks directly from East Runton - footpaths and bridleways lead out into the lovely gentle countryside and unspoilt coast.
29 Different people have different personality , different personality will lead out different reactions upon same object.
30 Can you bring forth constellations in their seasons or lead out the Bear with its cubes?
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