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GRINSGRaphical INterface for SMIL
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`I didn't know that Cheshire cats always grinned; in fact, I didn't know that cats COULD grin.'
`All right,' said the Cat; and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone.
She wants Reckless Rudolf, not a man who stands and grins when other men butt in on him and his girl.
It's "How are the fowls, Mr Moore?" and "A little bit of this pie, Mr Moore; Jane made it," and Jerry sitting there with a feeble grin, saying "Yes" and "No" and nothing much more, while Miss Jane's eyes are snapping like Fifth of November fireworks.
Bouncer smoked another pipe, and gave Tommy Brock a cabbage leaf cigar which was so very strong that it made Tommy Brock grin more than ever; and the smoke filled the burrow.
Then the grin died away, and his face grew bleak and serious.
The grin of derision faded from Tarzan's lips as the pain and the hot blood aroused his fighting instincts.
Again that soul-compelling grin. "What occupation would be to me between crop and crop?
He continued to grin with a sardonic humour, with a cynical mockery and defiance.
With his head sunk down between his shoulders, and a hideous grin over-spreading his face, the dwarf stood up and stretched his short arm across the table.
'Grin away,' said Sikes, replacing the poker, and surveying him with savage contempt; 'grin away.
"Give thee good den, holy father," quoth the merry Beggar with a grin. "But look thee, thy gown is too short.