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Before the credits rolled, I’d grown quite comfortable using Miles’s cloaking ability to surgically pick off enemies by dangling above their heads and sweeping them up in a web or knocking them out from behind before they’d make a peep.
Edith Garwood, peeping from behind a drawn blind, expected to see an utterly crushed being slink from the house.
"I'm not going to act any other way until I get some protection from peeping," Kennon said grimly.
And there I declare is part of the old castle, peeping above the trees.
But when I came back that way I looked again, and I caught him peeping out at me from one of the bar-room windows.
"Here he is," cried Bell, peeping in at the hole in the tree.
There was Mrs. Woodcock peeping at him from behind a tussock of grass.
And in another moment there he was, peeping round the screen, with the same bronze-like countenance and fixed glittering eyes.
Little Mame pulled the blanket off the heap; she had been peeping under it all the while she was in the back of the wagon.
"These are the Grand Llama's apartments, I suppose," she said, peeping in.
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