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Say; shall I send the yellow hair to her father, and will you follow Magua to the great lakes, to carry his water, and feed him with corn?
Her golden hair, which she wore in long curls, had been hurriedly pushed aside, and fell down over her neck.
Maybe the fisherman's hair has turned white, worrying about the boy; and that was why the eagles didn't find him.
In a few moments, Alan Campbell walked in, looking very stern and rather pale, his pallor being intensified by his coal-black hair and dark eyebrows.
Richard rose, with the remaining hairs of his mustache in his hand.
She was combing her silver hair, and every hair that fell on the ground rang out like pure metal.
Very likely if we ask him politely to let us pull three hairs out of the tip of his tail he won't hurt us.
One day, bending over him, her hair (drying from a salt-water swim) flying about him, the one-woman, her two hands holding his head and jowls so that his ribbon of kissing tongue just missed her nose in the empty air, sang to him: "'Don't know what to call him, but he's mighty lak' a rose
Rapidly she pulled down her hair and let it fall to its full length.
Simple as the toilets were, there was a great deal of running up and down, laughing and talking, and at one time a strong smell of burned hair pervaded the house.
He untied the handkerchief, separated her hair with his fingers, and stood looking down at the green insect.
He sat close to her on a low tabouret, and as he spoke his fingers lightly touched the hair that fell a little over her forehead.
Much might be ruminated here, concerning the essential dignity of this regal process, because in common life we esteem but meanly and contemptibly a fellow who anoints his hair, and palpably smells of that anointing.
There dropped out of it a silver dollar, and a long, shining curl of fair hair,--hair which, like a living thing, twined itself round Legree's fingers.
Dashwood, his hand passed so directly before her, as to make a ring, with a plait of hair in the centre, very conspicuous on one of his fingers.