coursing


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Chichely, a middle-aged bachelor and coursing celebrity, who had a complexion something like an Easter egg, a few hairs carefully arranged, and a carriage implying the consciousness of a distinguished appearance.
He felt the thrill of hot blood coursing through his veins.
The feel of her hands as they had lingered momentarily, and with a vague caress upon his cheek, and the pressure of her body as she leaned against him sent the hot blood coursing through his veins.
The Blind Girl still, upturning the blank sightless face, down which the tears were coursing fast, addressed her in these words: