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You will say, on the other hand, hundreds of young ladies have not got two little moles close together on the left side of the neck.
The rough floor was spread with deep green moss, and over wall and roof grew flowery vines, filling the air with their sweet breath; while above played the clear, soft light, casting rosy shadows on the glittering drops that lay among the fragrant leaves; and beneath the vines stood Violet, casting crumbs to the downy little moles who ran fearlessly about and listened as she sang to them.
and other songs so prettily that the mole fell in love with her; but he did not say anything, he was a very cautious man.
Tulliver, in mild surprise, "when did I iver make objections to a man because he'd got a mole on his face?
To see if I have that mole your father spoke of," answered Don Quixote.
And he left the room, followed by the low but ringing laughter of the sister with the mole.
The result was that when I entered the iron mole I took her with me.
alternately; he promised Mole a bishopric if he would come over, and vowed he would use all his influence to get Trail a cardinal's hat if he would secede.
He sat in the sun, and conversed cordially with Tommy Brock, who was passing through the wood with a sack and a little spud which he used for digging, and some mole traps.
At one corner of the mouth there was a mark, apparently a mole, which added to the characteristic peculiarity of the face.
A fair girl, of medium height and slender, with reddish, gold hair and a dark mole near her left eyebrow.
Yes, it is I," replied the captain of the musketeers, running lightly up the steps of the mole, and gaining rapidly the little esplanade on which his two friends waited for him.