LoOK


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LoOKLibrary of Oracle Knowledge
LoOKLight Opera Oklahoma (formerly LOOK Musical Theatre; Tulsa, OK)
LoOKLifestyle of Our Kids (physical and psychological health study; Australia)
LoOKLazy Object-Oriented Kernel (computational geometry)
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I want so much to know whether they've a fire in the winter: you never CAN tell, you know, unless our fire smokes, and then smoke comes up in that room too--but that may be only pretence, just to make it look as if they had a fire.
Steerforth might not be induced to look behind her, and read, plainly written, what she was not yet prepared to know, I met her look quickly; but I had seen Rosa Dartle throw her hands up in the air with vehemence of despair and horror, and then clasp them on her face.
Arthur Donnithorne would take a good deal of trouble for the chance of seeing her; that he always placed himself at church so as to have the fullest view of her both sitting and standing; that he was constantly finding reason for calling at the Hall Farm, and always would contrive to say something for the sake of making her speak to him and look at him.
She evidently felt unable to look at him without laughing, but could not resist looking at him: so to be out of temptation she slipped quietly behind one of the columns.
"Yes, he's a decent fellow, and will look at the thing properly," Vronsky said to himself, catching the significance of Golenishtchev's face and the change of subject.
"We mun look as if it wasn't no different from th' other trees," he had said.
"Often, years ago, but I don't mind having a look at it."
Shall I call that wise or foolish, now; if it be really wise it has a foolish look to it; yet, if it be really foolish, then has it a sort of wiseish look to it.
'But,' with another anxious look up the river, 'he may land.'
"Well, grandpapa, I don't believe that this one is old; look at his mane and tail.
But, I felt myself so unequal to the performance that I gave it up, and stood looking at Miss Havisham in what I suppose she took for a dogged manner, inasmuch as she said, when we had taken a good look at each other:
`Don't be impertinent,' said the King, `and don't look at me like that!' He got behind Alice as he spoke.