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She moved a little closer to him, laying a slim, brown hand upon his arm.
What can that stiff slim self of hers do with such sights, such visions
Phaidor's slim hand shot out to close upon the black's dagger wrist.
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.
Ahead of the rest and nearer to him ran a dark-haired, remarkably slim, pretty girl in a yellow chintz dress, with a white handkerchief on her head from under which loose locks of hair escaped.
Of course I realized that the chances of the success of our proposed venture were slim indeed, but I knew that I never could enjoy freedom without Perry so long as the old man lived, and I had learned that the probability that I might find him was less than slight.
Without once pausing she turned directly toward the center of the advancing semi-circle, beyond which lay her single chance of escape, and as she ran she drew her long, slim dagger.
Dorothy Gardner was slim and jolly and rather tomboyish.
He watched her slim, graceful figure as she passed swiftly along the vestibule and joined her friends.
Juliet herself, tall and slim, with all the fire of youth and perfect health on her young face, was obviously contented.
I wish I had legs more worthy to bear such a noble crown; it is a pity they are so slim and slight.
Diana pursed up her lips, put her black head on one side critically, and finally pronounced in favor of the beads, which were thereupon tied around Anne's slim milk-white throat.
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