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She lifted his arms and laid them about her, but they fell slackly away.
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Algernon got his limbs slackly together, trying to think of the particular pocket in which he had left his cigar-case.
The Governor and Cardinal, with their forces, kept Edinburgh, for they were slackly pursued.
The door heaved open then, and she appeared in it; then she saw him, and her jaw dropped open slackly.
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He stared at her, then spoke slackly, trying to urge force into his voice.
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The slackly gathered reins were held in the left hand, while from the right wrist dangled a thick stock whip.
The thick under-lip hung slackly, quivering from time to time in the convulsive tremors of desire that ran over him.
A thick eyebrow shot up immediately and he allowed his pipe to hang slackly from his mouth.
See too, the line is running out more slowly every instant; it ceases altogether now, and hangs slackly over the boat's side.
A slackly rolled turban covered half his forehead, and he leaned with his back against a cottonwood scowling upon his judge.

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