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My aunt withdrew her eyes from mine, as slowly as she had turned them upon me; and covered them thoughtfully with her hand.
Meanwhile Tess was walking thoughtfully among the gooseberry-bushes in the garden, and over Prince's grave.
Then she added thoughtfully, "I don't believe Ozma ever heard of Utensia, either.
It may have been the Excise Office," he remarked thoughtfully.
Only a few weeks after the war began," Thsomson continued thoughtfully, "two French generals, four or five colonels, and over twenty junior and non-commissioned officers were court-martialled for espionage.
Long after the others were asleep, however, the shaggy man sat in the starlight by the spring, gazing thoughtfully into its bubbling waters.
There may have been an error," said His Honour, thoughtfully - "the Court may have underestimated the value of the estate.
It's metal, sure enough," answered the child, gazing thoughtfully at the curious thing she had found.
Hargrave, thoughtfully regarding me, and reading, I suppose, my feelings in my face.
They gave it me,' Humpty Dumpty continued thoughtfully, as he crossed one knee over the other and clasped his hands round it,
Poirot nodded thoughtfully, like a man whose mind is made up.
An unknown presence is about me, and gazeth thoughtfully.