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Then wiping his mouth with the back of his hand, he said:
He sighed, wiped his lips with the back of his hand, and proceeded.
"The cane," he resumed, wiping his prodigious mat of face hair with the back of his hand. "It matured in sixteen months in that climate, and I was ready, just ready and no more, with the mill for the grinding.
The veins stood out upon his forehead and upon the back of his hands, his teeth gleamed underneath his coarse, white moustache.
His readings in English are also very impressive as he knows his Shakespeare like the back of his hand. I started looking up to him as my idol due to his fondness for N.M.
He added: "Dave knew his patch like the back of his hand and his many contacts knew and trusted him.
Again a key decision made by Bentham acting as the video ref went against the Giants when the many replays showed that when Ben Harrison grounded the ball he was well short and that the only thing that went anywhere near the whitewash was the back of his hand. As the season draws to a close his decisions have been very costly for Huddersfield.
And he openly snorted the drug from TURN TO PAGE 4 FROM PAGE ONE the back of his hand as he was being driven to a police station.
Smith pushed him away, then lightly slapped Sediuk across the cheek with the back of his hand.
Henderson talked straight-faced nonsense throughout, even reading a surreal introduction he'd penned on the back of his hand. After 45 minutes, they left - the Scottish new wave torch is now in their proteges' Franz Ferdinand's hands.
It has an owner who knows it like the back of his hand. How you treat my possessions is the way you treat me.
The hitter reverses his top hand, putting the palm on the bat with the back of his hand facing him (Photo 5).
The book tells how Tracy smacked Hepburn with the back of his hand when she tried to put him to bed at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.
After two rounds he holds a one shot lead over American Chris DiMarco and it would be foolish to bet against the brilliant South African on a course he knows like the back of his hand.
The blade sliced a deep, 3-inch gash across the back of his hand. The wound bled profusely.