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This chick would take all as long as there was a drop left, and then resent the fondling of the mother-bird as interference.
The mere finding the gold, looking upon it, and fondling it, form the great reward.
As he lay there, scarcely strong enough to speak, and fondling me in his fingers, the doctor entered the hospital.
Mollie, who had been rubbing her cheeks against her friend in a fondling, kittenish sort of way, started back in a moment.
"Yes, it is little May," said Mrs. Raeburn, fondling her affectionately.
She seemed suddenly back in that childhood, with her mother bending over her pillow and fondling her rebellious hair.
All the time she was hushing and fondling the child, who went on fretting when not actually crying.
"If I do, you'll get up and go away," she gasped at last, fondling his hand.
His persuasive ministry is felt as well as heard: he has an innocent habit of fondling young persons.
So is also the statue of the girlish Lady Louisa Russell, represented as standing on tiptoe and fondling a dove in her bosom.
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