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The eyes brooded on Cocky, and the entire body was still save for the long tail, which lashed from one side to the other and back again in an abrupt, angry, but monotonous manner.
Forgotten, save once, when old One Eye stopped for a moment to lick his stiffening wounds.
Franz?" The eyes repeated several times, "No, no, no."
I promise you nothing,' said the dolls' dressmaker, dabbing two dabs at him with her needle, as if she put out both his eyes.
A tear swam in the eye of the bellringer, but did not fall.
Lord Greystoke raised her head and looked down into her eyes, his own smiling and filled with the light of happiness.
After uttering a few words of reproach to his hound, who watched the savage group with eyes that seemed to recognise them, he spoke in the Sioux tongue--
He was looking at her with glittering eyes, smiling tenderly.
All the centuries of woman since sex began were eloquent in her eyes. And he measured her in a careless way, and knew, bold now, that she would begin to retreat, coyly and delicately, as he pursued, ever ready to reverse the game should he turn fainthearted.
Bumble felt, every now and then, a powerful inducement, which he could not resist, to steal a look at the stranger: and that whenever he did so, he withdrew his eyes, in some confusion, to find that the stranger was at that moment stealing a look at him.
She smiled forgiveness through her wet eyes, and though he knew of nothing for which to be forgiven, he melted utterly.
Hour after hour she sat in the dusky room, with one ray of light on her book, reading to the boy, who lay with shaded eyes silently enjoying the only pleasure that lightened the weary days.
Anna's eyes were brightly fixed upon the door of the hall to catch the first glimpse of her friend's "catch."
The former, however, glanced his eyes around the dark and silent assembly, and recoiled a pace, when they fell on the malignant visage of Magua.
Let us now note what is least dissimilar in these heads -- namely, the two most important organs, the eye and the ear.