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He was fanning himself impassively with a little fan of gold-embroidered strawwork.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
The latter said impassively: "If I cared for her I should very likely kill her—if not—" he shrugged his shoulders.
Within, the editor worked on as steadily and impassively as Fate.
But she had moved slightly away from him and was now regarding him impassively.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
One of them swung impassively toward the battery; there were three quick stabs of living flame, and the guns ceased firing.
The chuprassis put their hands to their foreheads, and then impassively approached the Englishwoman.
SIX WOMENVICTORIA CROSS
He was even impassively good-natured, and in his stolid way would give Gerard the benefit of his experience.
With the eyes of the company upon him, the duke's fool impassively studied the carven figure on his stick.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
There was a crowd about the engine, and the grimy-faced engineer leaned from his cab, inspecting them impassively.
Grimm was at the wheel still, impassively twirling the spokes, with a glance over his shoulder at his precious freight.
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