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His hands Whiter than poplar leaves in windy springs, Shake with some palsy; and his stammering mouth Blurts out a foolish froth of empty words Like water from a conduit.
"Yes." Valentine raised herself in bed, and drew over her chest, which appeared whiter than snow, the embroidered cambric, still moist with the cold dews of delirium, to which were now added those of terror.
A body, being white, is said to be whiter at one time than it was before, or, being warm, is said to be warmer or less warm than at some other time.
He was a little thinner, a little whiter, a little more austere; he was autocratic still and still disapproved of candles on the altar.
"My roses are white," it answered; "as white as the foam of the sea, and whiter than the snow upon the mountain.
'Is hair was towsled and his face--what I could see of it--was whiter than the ace of lilies.
My nail looked healthier and pinker, while the tips looked noticeably whiter, so much so, I received a couple of compliments on my 'natural nails'.
ORGANIST Matthew Fisher yesterday won a share of the royalties of A Whiter Shade of Pale - 42 years after it became one of the biggest hits in pop history.
Q What colour of lipstick can make my teeth look whiter?
This double-CD compilation, charting the band's 40-year career, can't escape the fact that it's all downhill from album opener A Whiter Shade Of Pale, despite occasional cause for optimism.
The first of them, Kenny's own Whiter than Snow, opens at The Door on Friday.
ASTON VILLA manager David O'Leary has been warned to be "whiter than white" in the ongoing furore that surrounds the club.