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He looked meaningfully at Wade, the official cook of the expedition.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
"Little as you deserve it," added Lord Essendine, meaningfully.
He looked meaningfully around at the room of operators, but did manage not to put his finger to his lips.
EIGHT KEYS TO EDENMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
Baker glanced at us meaningfully and murmured, "I was afraid of this."
THE IMAGE AND THE LIKENESSJOHN SCOTT CAMPBELL
Crag suddenly remembered what he had to do, and coughed meaningfully into his lip mike.
Strong failed to notice Roger's face darken, and Tom and Astro look at each other meaningfully.
STAND BY FOR MARS!CAREY ROCKWELL
After all, one must be fully aware of the nature of Evil in order to meaningfully reject it.
KEEP YOUR SHAPEROBERT SHECKLEY
"I was too busy to follow the news today," said Pell, looking meaningfully at Larkin.
BRINK OF MADNESSWALTER J. SHELDON
He hurried through the door to the office of his secretary, Miss Cardston, who looked meaningfully at him as he passed.
THE UNLEARNEDRAYMOND F. JONES
He looked meaningfully at the second gray kitten, which flattened its ears and spat at him.
SWAMP CATJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD

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