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|1.||- And then look inward, and discern the black reality of what they idolize?||1|
|2.||“A heart-shaped bloodstone,” he said, without looking up. “One of a pair.”||1|
|3.||“A lot of error, ” he underscored, looking bashfully at the floor of a workroom at Parsons and chuckling.||1|
|4.||“Adie,” he says quietly. When she looks at him, he points to the coat rack filled with belts and purses and asks if she wants one.||1|
|5.||“Everybody looked at it like a money market, backed by U.S. Treasuries, ” one business leader said. “They kept pulling money out and putting it in.||1|
|6.||“I’ve looked at this picture very often but I’d never really noticed this shadow before, ” he suddenly said, pointing to a patch of burnt umber near the elbow.||1|
|7.||“If Jim doesn’t kill me,” she said to herself, “before he takes a second look at me, he’ll say I look like a Coney Island chorus girl.||2|
|8.||“If you have a face-lift, you really look like a beaten-up fighter. It becomes real, ” he says.||1|
|9.||( She puts her hand on the dish towel which lies on the table , stands looking down at table , one half of which is clean , the other half messy . ) It's wiped to here .||1|
|10.||(See Sorrel's gushy review of Reeder for a closer look.) Yes, it even makes reading news for work more fun.||1|
|11.||' And I looked at him and I said, 'You are the 44th President of the United States of America.||1|
|12.||' Looking at various individuals, he added: 'Pirlo has some pain in his adductor muscle, if he's not fit then Vogel will come in.||0|
|13.||' Pastime ,'said madame , still looking at him with a smile, while her fingers moved nimbly.||1|
|14.||'And a passage home?'he added, with a look of great shrewdness.||1|
|15.||'Are you sure you know what you are doing?' Andy said, looking dubious .||1|
|16.||'As if it wasn't trouble enough hatching the eggs, ' said the Pigeon; 'but I must be on the look-out for serpents night and day!||0|
|17.||'Ay, ay ,'said Silver,'like enough; you wouldn't look to find a bishop here, I reckon.||1|
|18.||'But look here! you wouldn't surely have Mr. Toad of Toad Hall, going about the country disguised as a washerwoman!'||1|
|19.||'Calm down,' she said, looking at his angry face.||1|
|20.||'Desperate Housewives' star Marcia Cross manages to make wellies look chic by teaming them with a belted trench coat.||1|
|21.||'Dinner?' Sam asked, looking puzzled.||1|
|22.||'Everything's going to be all right, you'll see.' Jenny looked doubtful .||1|
|23.||'Going South, with the rest of them, ' murmured the Rat in a dreamy monotone, never looking at him. ' Seawards first and then on shipboard, and so to the shores that are calling me! '||1|
|24.||'Good,'said Syme abstractedly, without looking up from his strip of paper.||1|
|25.||'Has the mail come yet?' 'I'll look and see.||1|
|26.||'He owns three hotels.' The others looked suitably impressed .||1|
|27.||'He's a lawyer?' Mum looked suitably impressed .||1|
|28.||'He's in luck, then, ' said the young man, with a meaning look at Fagin.||1|
|29.||'I don't tell anyone, not even my daughter,' the grande dame reveals, shooting me a look as she clasps a Latex glove containing frozen peas to her bruised cheeks.||1|
|30.||'I'm very frugal, ' he added. 'That house kind of makes me look the other way ... now that money is so tight I squeeze every penny.'||1|
looks (third person present) · looked (past tense) · looked (past participle) · looking (present participle)
- direct one's gaze toward someone or something or in a specified direction.
- have the appearance or give the impression of being.
looks (plural noun)
- an act of directing one's gaze in order to see someone or something.
- the appearance of someone or something, especially as expressing a particular quality.
- used to call attention to what one is going to say.