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The outside ones would be shivering and sobbing, crawling over the others and trying to get down into the center, and causing a fight.
Then the White Man crept back to his bed, and the shivering natives, fortified with gin, or squareface, as it is called locally, took refuge on the second wagon, drawing a tent-sail over them.
I crouched at the foot of the staircase with my back to the wall, shivering violently.
After drinking some hot coffee, like an Arctic explorer setting off on a sledge journey towards the North Pole, I would go ashore and roll shivering in a tramcar into the very heart of the town, past clean-faced houses, past thousands of brass knockers upon a thousand painted doors glimmering behind rows of trees of the pavement species, leafless, gaunt, seemingly dead for ever.
For hours the fury of the storm continued without surcease, and still the tribe huddled close in shivering fear.
Red-Eye hesitated a moment, and Marrow-Bone, shivering terribly, bowed his head and covered his face with his crossed arms.
Rose lay in a shivering bunch near the register, with her things half off, wringing her hands, and trying not to cry with the pain returning warmth brought to her half-frozen fingers.
The children sat crouching and shivering together, and seemed to lack the spirit to move about.
Pinocchio, who was trembling with fear and shivering from the cold rain on his back, knocked a second time, this time louder than before.
A sort of shivering gentility had kept her aloof from the rest of her fellow-workers, but it took more than a shivering gentility to stave off Polly.
At the turn of the tide, something goes on in the unknown deeps below, which sets the whole face of the quicksand shivering and trembling in a manner most remarkable to see, and which has given to it, among the people in our parts, the name of the Shivering Sand.
I am shivering again--shivering, from head to foot, in the summer air.