"He is on duty at the Great Entrance," was the respectful answer.
Then he made his way as fast as he could go to the Great Entrance.
In a few moments he came back, and led the way into the Great Entrance hall, where they found Naoum waiting to receive them.
Suddenly his attention came back to the crowd, centring on a party of four men who turned into the Great Entrance.
Over the Great Entrance is a square tower with loopholes, and, like the rest of the work, built of earth.
Wandering up the steep ascent I clang the bell at the Great Entrance, kept still in good preservation.
Soon the vehicle reduced speed and all at once Beatrice found herself at the Great Entrance porch of "Le Chateau!"
Crossing to the balustrade she looked down upon the Great Entrance hall.
The city clerk accompanied them to the Great Entrance door of the Town Hall.
It was nearly dark when the carriage returned; and Sir Cradock came down to the Great Entrance–hall to meet his brothers child.