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I will tell," replied little Sparkle, "for I once worked here myself.
At length came little Sparkle to him, saying, "You have done enough; come now, and dance and feast with us, for the golden flower is won.
During the recital he saw, ten times, the eyes of the prelate sparkle, and his slender fingers work convulsively.
That lay with a sparkle of water in its curve, as it were a star on the floor.
The water, however, continued to gush and sparkle into the sunbeams as cheerfully as ever.
But I found the sparkle of her black eyes as she sat down for a moment opposite me while I was having my drink rather difficult to bear.
Even for Frank's truly fraternal indifference the radiance and derision of his sister still seemed to sparkle and ring; he could hear her laughter still from the garden of the hotel, and he stared at his sombre adviser in puzzledom.
In the center of the roof was a great light, as bright as the sun, which made the emeralds sparkle in a wonderful manner.
This is what she does: sets sail for Pall Mall, wearing all her pretty things, including the blue feathers, and with such a sparkle of expectation on her face that I stir my coffee quite fiercely.
He is compounded of meat and wine and sparkle, of sun-mote and world- dust, a frail mechanism made to run for a span, to be tinkered at by doctors of divinity and doctors of physic, and to be flung into the scrap-heap at the end.
But he was all sparkle and glitter in the box at the Opera, and there he and his dear wife made a conversation between Fledgeby and Georgiana in the following ingenious and skilful manner.
But my heart it is brighter Than all of the many Stars in the sky, For it sparkles with Annie -- It glows with the light Of the love of my Annie -- With the thought of the light Of the eyes of my Annie.