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Has a considerable scar across his breast and each arm, made by a knife; loves to talk much of the goodness of God.
I could not help glancing at the scar with a painful interest when we went in to tea.
Ulysses sat by the fire, but ere long he turned away from the light, for it occurred to him that when the old woman had hold of his leg she would recognise a certain scar which it bore, whereon the whole truth would come out.
Here stand I, William of the Scar, against any man.
Inquire into the past life of that man with the scar on his hand, before you say the words that make you his miserable wife.
And with a fresh-brimmed glass, Charles Stough Greanleaf narrated the history of his scars.
Here, part way up the eastern wall of Sonoma Valley, in range of a line intersecting the little village of Glen Ellen, he made out a scar upon a hillside.
The sight of a wound or scar always agitates and sickens me," she said.
The picture showed a dark man with an evil face made more forbidding by a long scar extending from near the temple diagonally downward into the black mustache.
I can see them now, exactly as they looked, working about the table in the lamplight: Jake with his heavy features, so rudely moulded that his face seemed, somehow, unfinished; Otto with his half-ear and the savage scar that made his upper lip curl so ferociously under his twisted moustache.
On her other side ran a gaunt old wolf, grizzled and marked with the scars of many battles.
London, too, has its scars, and London is proud of them," a great morning paper declared the next morning.