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I ain't used to company--don't like it," Slim growled.
But I flashed my dough and Slim sent several of the younger men off to buy the booze.
The day was so beautiful, the sun so bright, everything around so gay, but that slim pretty girl did not know, or wish to know, of his existence and was contented and cheerful in her own separate- probably foolish- but bright and happy life.
In many successive visits we came to know his stage well--the purple semicircle of hills, the slim trees leaning over houses, the yellow sands, the streaming green of ravines.
What can that stiff slim self of hers do with such sights, such visions
To clamber up that slim shaft without dragging Ja down and precipitating both to the same doom from which the copper-colored one was attempting to save me seemed utterly impossible, and as I came near the spear I told Ja so, and that I could not risk him to try to save myself.
The slim man with the scar on his cheek was still close by us.
Middle height, slim and fair, with red goldy hair and big blue eyes; about thirty, I should say.
A sailor had jumped overboard at Constantinople one night, and was seen no more, but it was suspected that his object was to desert, and there was a slim chance, at least, that he reached the shore.
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