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1. The room opens into a corridor.
2. I have been banished to a distant corridor.
3. We all stood around in the corridor waiting.
4. He walked down the long corridor.
5. He crept stealthily along the corridor.
6. She disappeared down the corridor.
7. The corridor echoed with footsteps.
8. She ran out into the corridor.
9. Go down the corridor and he is there.
10. He nobbled her in the corridor to sign the invoice.
11. As I entered the corridor which led to my room that eerie feeling came over me.
12. We had to wait outside in the corridor until our names were called.
13. Go down the corridor, to the second room on the right.
14. UN troops will secure the land corridor so that food supplies can reach the trapped civilians.
15. I waited for her in the corridor, while she went in to see the doctor.
16. If you see litter in the corridor, pick it up.
17. They heard voices coming from outside in the corridor.
18. You'll find his office just along the corridor.
19. The corridor is 2 metres in the clear.
20. He loped off down the corridor.
21. He spotted her steaming down the corridor towards him.
22. Her office is down the corridor on the right.
23. The boys started to tussle in the corridor.
24. The corridor opens into Mr. Brown's office.
25. A figure emerged from the gloom of the corridor.
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26. A corridor led off to the left.
27. He heard the sound of heavy, dragging footsteps in the corridor.
28. He was reprimanded by a teacher for talking in the corridor.
29. Amy's shoes squeaked on the tiles as she walked down the corridor.
30. He could hear the clack of high heels walking past in the corridor.
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