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And yet there was one gleam of hope, feeble as the yellow flicker of the gas-lamp across the way.

But none of these productions would have one gleam of genuine native vitality about it.

In sudden climax the motion of the waves fills all the brass in triumphant paean, in the gleam of high noon.

The tree righted itself, and a gleam of hope lightened Samba's mind when he saw that the crocodile was in the water.

SambaHerbert Strang

It was a gruesome picture, for, even when he was invisible, it seemed to Fred he could see the gleam of those eyes fixed upon him.

Two Boys in WyomingEdward S. Ellis

Already they could see the gleam of the Rakahanga beach with the rim of silver where the waves broke into foam.

The old face relaxed from its tension, and a gleam of happiness was in the life of it.

When Ghost Meets GhostWilliam Frend De Morgan

The gleam came quickly to her uncle's eye, though he appeared to take no heed.

The RhodesianGertrude Page

They found the cazique's council sad and dejected, every gleam of hope being now extinguished.

The gleam of these lighted but faintly the darkness on the altar.

HaniaHenryk Sienkiewicz

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