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"The worst of it is that one can't be certain of anything," said Papa, pulling his moustache.
He had a red, jolly face, divided unequally by a great black moustache, and his manner was hearty.
His smooth brow wrinkled and his mouth tightened to a thin straight line beneath the fair "regulation" moustache.
DOPESAX ROHMER
He drew himself up, twisted his moustache, and met her eyes—they were rather sad and tired—with the roguish mockery of his own.
The Comte de Lussigny twirled the tips of his moustache almost to his forehead and caught up his hat.
His Highness is about thirty-six years of age, short, thick set, wearing a slight moustache and his hair cropped very close.
Once he had a moustache but that went when mother said he would look younger without it.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
He was a little German princeling, with a pretty moustache, and rounded hips.
In it he found a number of suits of clothes, while on the dressing-table lay a false moustache, evidently for disguise.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
Lelius in the background looked on, a sarcastic smile hidden by his fair moustache.
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