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By the caress that was in his fingers he ex- pressed himself.
Still aunt Jane's patience held good, and some small measure of skill was creeping into Rebecca's fingers, fingers that held pencil, paint brush, and pen so cleverly and were so clumsy with the dainty little needle.
I could see in the action of Estella's fingers as they worked, that she attended to what I said: but she did not look up.
But in order that our love may last for ever, you must give me for the ring three drops of blood from the little finger of your left hand.
Meriem struck back, but she was growing weaker from the choking fingers at her throat.
But when they remained ominously silent he became frightened and imagined ter- rible fingers that clutched into his brain.
cried Robert Danforth, starting up, and compressing the artist's delicate fingers within a hand that was accustomed to gripe bars of iron.
We had come to within fifty feet of these men when I felt a sudden strange and rapid pricking sensation in one of my fingers.
But of what value are these imprints," asked Tarzan, "when, after a few years the lines upon the fingers are entirely changed by the wearing out of the old tissue and the growth of new?
Grimaud seized his arm in his bony fingers, and pointed to the bed, upon the sheets of which the livid tints of death already showed.
As Tarzan let the pebbles from the recovered pouch run through his fingers, his thoughts returned to the pile of yellow ingots about which the Arabs and the Abyssinians had waged their relentless battle.
Instead, steel fingers gripped his shoulder, and he was swung unceremoniously around, to meet the cold gray eyes of the stranger who had thwarted him on the previous day.