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I took the opportunity of being alone in the court-yard, to look at my coarse hands and my common boots.
This gave me power to keep them back and to look at her: so, she gave a contemptuous toss - but with a sense, I thought, of having made too sure that I was so wounded - and left me.
At half-past nine Dulcie took a last look at the pictures on the dresser, turned out the light, and skipped into bed.
The decisive moment was not far off Adam felt a shuddering horror that would not let him look at Hetty, but she had long relapsed into her blank hard indifference.
Look at me, I say, proud mother of a proud, false son
if his faults cannot,' I went on, 'be banished from your remembrance, in such an hour; look at that figure, even as one you have never seen before, and render it some help
Take an honest look at your life, and decide what you would most like to change.
Perhaps it was a shock just to look at skins that were dark if you were born with a skin that was white.
Baywatch" gained international recognition through its look at the beauty and beaches in Southern California, seen through the eyes of a sexy, daring team of lifeguards.
When it comes to Feng Shui, the ancient Asian art of placement, we look at the whole house, so to speak, and try to determine the client's chi (energy) and then choose hair styles, glasses and clothing that will suit him best,'' Yamaguchi said.