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He walked to the pile of bones and horns in the corner and selected two of the longest and slimmest of the ivory-like things.
ASTOUNDING STORIES, APRIL, 1931VARIOUS
And, above all, what skirts, shaped as the slimmest tail of the swallow!
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One of the Apaches, the tallest and slimmest of the lot, regarded Darrin with more curiosity than did any of the others.
DAVE DARRIN ON MEDITERRANEAN SERVICEH. IRVING HANCOCK
He is dressed la bandbox—hat immaculate in its pristine gloss, white cravat, umbrella of the slimmest encased in silken wrapper.
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The "little more and how much it is" had come upon the unhappy Tristram, once the slimmest of the slim.
RED POTTAGEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
I had heard that the German police were pretty efficient, and I couldn't see that I stood the slimmest chance.
GREENMANTLEJOHN BUCHAN
He gained the slimmest sort of comfort by remembering how characteristic it all was of the boy he used to know.
THE BRENTONSANNA CHAPIN RAY
There now remained not even the slimmest of chances, and stubborn courage yielded to reason.
SPACEWRECKED ON VENUSNEIL R. JONES
The form of the tree assists in identifying it; for it is the slimmest of the ashes, in proportion to its height.
AMERICAN FOREST TREESHENRY H. GIBSON
Lockhart vouches for the snobbishness, “the mean admiration of mean things,” the devotion to the slimmest appearances of rank.
ST. RONAN'S WELLSIR WALTER SCOTT

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