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Alfred Smirk considered himself very handsome; he spent a great deal of time about his hair, whiskers and necktie, before a little looking-glass in the harness-room.
he asked, with the subservient smirk which comes only of generations of tip-seeking ancestors.
The cook drew himself up in a smugly humble fashion, a deprecating smirk on his face.
He looked tired and worn, but there was the same complacent repose upon his features that they always wore: and through dirt, and beard, and whisker, there still shone, unimpaired, the self-satisfied smirk of flash Toby Crackit.
While the old gentleman was thus engaged, a very buxom- looking cook, dressed in mourning, who had been bustling about, in the bar, glided into the room, and bestowing many smirks of recognition upon Sam, silently stationed herself at the back of his father's chair, and announced her presence by a slight cough, the which, being disregarded, was followed by a louder one.
Ask not for whom the cartoon smirks; it smirks for thee.
DESERT DEER will be aimed at the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes at Newbury next month after landing the first Pattern win of his career with an impressive front-running defeat of Smirk in the Bet attheraces Mile, writes Graham Dench.
The flirty twinkle in his eyes and smirk on his lips give him the appearance of someone whose quiet, understated demeanor is really just an act and that at any moment he might break out in a "just Jack" sort of way.
Imagine,'' said one prominent member, ''the frustration which David Trimble would have to go through if he wasn't allowed a quick smirk after cobbling together enough votes to defeat Jeffrey Donaldson yet again.
Smirk made the most of a favourable draw to lift the pounds 100,000 William Hill Mile at Goodwood yesterday and mark a welcome return for trainer David Elsworth.
Whether he considers himself virtuous is not spelled out, but he stands before us with the restrained smirk of self-admiration.
Nonchalantly, she responds, "I did okay" with a smirk, reflecting on all her new purchases securely hidden upstairs.