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The little body lay upon one side, with one soiled cheek upon one soiled hand, the other hand tucked away among the rags to make it warm, the other cheek washed clean and white at last, as for a kiss from one of God's great angels.
One of them, a man, is pushing a shopping trolley through the door with confidence; the other has her hand tucked through the crook of his elbow.
When the team arrives at the scene, they find his body posed - sitting upright on a bench with his hand tucked inside his jacket.
When the landlord opened the door to the tenant's apartment, the 31-year-old man was standing with a knife in one hand with the other hand tucked behind his back, police said. 
They're on the lookout for anything out of the ordinary, like noticing that the person who just walked into the restaurant on a cool day is sweating profusely, is glancing over his shoulder, appears fidgety and has a hand tucked under his shirt near the front waistband of his pants (a favorite hiding spot for concealed weapons).
The portrait of Mr Sikes, who died in 1798, shows him in a turquoise jacket with a lace ruff, his left hand tucked into his ornate waistcoat and his hat under his arm.
Biel, who was earlier seen with an apparent wedding band on a movie set, kept her left hand tucked in her pocket.
And with its new luxury M model range Japanese car maker Infiniti has a veritable winning hand tucked out of sight.
In the Ripley Cemetery, a 22-foot marble statue of Falkner depicts the colonel in a frock coat and vest, with his left hand tucked into his pocket and his right hand--missing parts of three fingers--extended forward.
Swinging a 5-iron with one hand and the other hand tucked inside his belt, he shot closing rounds of 123 and 114, among the highest scores recorded on tour.
After checking the space where the bed abutted the wall, she reclined upon my cot, hand tucked behind nape (my little odalisque!), white tuft glistening under her arm.