BLINK


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BLINKthe Deliberate Intermittent Operation of A Radar
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From tiers of staircase windows clogged lamps like the eyes of Equity, bleared Argus with a fathomless pocket for every eye and an eye upon it, dimly blink at the stars.
But the survivor could not forget that his name was still in the newspapers, nor blink the fact that he was an unworthy hero of the passing hour.
Then he turned his wonderful countenance to the sun without a blink of the eyelids, and began to talk.
By neither wince nor blink had the dog acknowledged the blow.
The gleam of the river at the foot of the hill made him blink a little, not so much because it was too bright as because he found it so pleasant.
A twisted and wizened complex of apish features, perforated by upturned, sky-open, Mongolian nostrils, by a mouth that sagged from a huge upper-lip and faded precipitately into a retreating chin, by peering querulous eyes that blinked as blink the eyes of denizens of monkey-cages.
We have discovered happiness"--say the last men, and blink thereby.
Well, as I advanced, it seemed to me the stair grew airier and a thought more lightsome; and I was wondering what might be the cause of this change, when a second blink of the summer lightning came and went.
When he ventured to blink hastily, he derived some moral support from the green gleam of the starboard light shining feebly upon the flight of rain and sprays.
She continued to blink at close quarters, and her eyelashes and eyebrows seemed shabby too.
asked Mr Venus, with an incredulous smile and blink.
The windows were latticed in little diamond panes, that seemed to wink and blink upon the passengers as if they were dim of sight.