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Rostov turned and was about to go, but the man in the braces stopped him.
It's a natural, springy brace, an' beats iron braces stiff.
These here natural braces don't have to have a thing done.
They live about a mile from Uncle Silas's place, Aunt Polly--all the farmers live about a mile apart down there--and Brace Dunlap is a long sight richer than any of the others, and owns a whole grist of niggers.
He's tall, and lazy, and sly, and sneaky, and ruther cowardly, too, but kind of good-natured, and wears long brown hair and no beard, and hasn't got a cent, and Brace boards him for nothing, and gives him his old clothes to wear, and despises him.
When I was an A B master mariner I'd have come up alongside of him, hand over hand, and broached him to in a brace of old shakes, I would; but now--"
With the edge of this brace it appeared evident that the neck of my unfortunate friend had come precisely in contact.
Lilla made gallant efforts to brace her dwindling powers, but for a time unsuccessfully.
Her method, however, certainly involves forgetfulness for the individual; and to this, to the prospect of oblivion, poetry, too, may help to brace us, if, unlike so genial and cheerful a poet as Mr.
Steve Dub We should reserve our braces for those who need them, either to hold their trousers up, although I've always found wayoutwest in Carmarthen So it's only right to sound the warning.
From hinged knee braces to revolutionary moisture-wicking braces and wraps to convenient sports rub products and foam rollers, aches and pains never felt so good.
He stresses braces are also important for maintaining a healthy mouth.