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This said, Abellino placed a whistle at his lips, and blew it shrilly.

Shrilly the whistle sounded at the lips of the petty officer.

It blew the snow from the cracks and whistled through them shrilly.

But to-day he whistled falsely and shrilly between his teeth.

"I don't like," called out Alice shrilly, going straight on.

"And tell her that the fish was stale," said Seymour shrilly.

Upon this last head, he was particularly and shrilly emphatic.

She defied them shrilly, flying at the throat of the foremost with her old hands.

The Indians laughed noisily and shrilly, like children, at this.

Shrilly blew the whistle, and a moment later there was a dull "thump!"

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