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Because his hair is brown and grows away from his temples; because he opens and shuts his eyes, and his nose is a little out of drawing; because he has two lips and a square chin, and a little finger which he can't straighten from having played baseball too energetically in his youth.
When a man consort much with a people," continued Hawkeye, "if they were honest and he no knave, love will grow up atwixt them.
I believe in the forest, and in the meadow, and in the night in which the corn grows.
Living much out of doors, in the sun and wind, will no doubt produce a certain roughness of character--will cause a thicker cuticle to grow over some of the finer qualities of our nature, as on the face and hands, or as severe manual labor robs the hands of some of their delicacy of touch.
Perhaps she will improve as she grows older," the officer's wife said good-naturedly.
George Bartram -and he has called on me more than once -- the stronger my liking for him grows.
And yet a coolness grows between Miss Shepherd and myself.
That will help us to understand how the love of accumulating money grows an absorbing passion in men whose imaginations, even in the very beginning of their hoard, showed them no purpose beyond it.
The dead face that was fair grows fairer each spring, sweet memories grow more sweet, what was silver is now gold, and as years go by, the very death of love becomes its immortality.
We are getting nearer to him all the time, because the smell grows stronger every minute.
I hate to think I've got to grow up, and be Miss March, and wear long gowns, and look as prim as a China Aster
Your airs are funny now, but you'll grow up an affected little goose, if you don't take care.