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Then uprose smooth-tongued Nestor, the facile speaker of the Pylians, and the words fell from his lips sweeter than honey.
He uprose in full evening dress, And with senseless grimaces endeavored to say What his tongue could no longer express.
Meantime, the jolly blaze uprose and fell, flashing and gleaming on the little Haymaker at the top of the Dutch clock, until one might have thought he stood stock still before the Moorish Palace, and nothing was in motion but the flame.
He halted his horse, for beside the spring uprose a wild California lily.
A solitary white feather uprose from his kinky, glossy, black hair.