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Mr Venus winked his chronically-fatigued eyes both at once, and adjusting the kettle on the fire, remarked to himself, in a hollow voice, 'She'll bile in a couple of minutes.
He winked at the butler, whispered directions to the footmen, and awaited each expected dish with some anxiety.
Long Jack winked one tremendous wink that embraced all hands except Disko and Salters, and the incident was closed.
He winked--winked openly and undisguisedly; winked with his right eye--upon Henrietta Lillyvick!
If anybody had winked at her as Henrietta Petowker, it would have been indecorous in the last degree; but as Mrs Lillyvick
Kate Moss appeared with swimming goggles covering one eye; some models winked suggestively, others wickedly; and architect Sophie Hicks had gaffer tape on her eye.