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A pair of thin trousers and a shirt hanging down outside instead of being tucked in at the waist, and his toilet is made.
A little of the spurting blood had got on his dirty fingers, and he wiped his hands on the seat of his trousers.
This is then suspended from a button on the trousers so that the bottle rests against the skin of the inguinal region.
He reached far down into a trousers pocket and tugged to the light of day a roll that his fingers could not encircle.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
The latter have a short coloured shirt underneath it, and again beneath that, large flowing trousers.
"Certain," said Scattergood, approaching the sheriff and drawing a huge roll of bills from his sagging trousers pocket.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
He wore an olive green coat, yellow waistcoat, and light grey trousers, strapped over his boots.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Three students pass, in wide broadcloth trousers, gathered in tight at the ankles, and wearing wide-brimmed black hats.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
In a short time the pockets were all as full as they could hold—coat, vest, and trousers.
Brother Phil, not yet old enough for trousers, stands at her side; and that boy with his hand on the knob of the bedpost is Dorry.

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