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    1. Sitting behind Nick, catching my breath, I contemplate the back of his head while Rose tells me how warm the beautiful shawl Nick gave her for Christmas is

    2. Gilla is standing at the gate, wrapped up warmly in a shawl, watching for us

    3. Olivia quickly removed the shawl she was wearing on her shoulders and tossed it to her daughter, then let her hair down so that it fell to her shoulders in the fashion of Chloe's coiffure

    4. A black lace shawl hung from her shoulders, the ends of which were gripped tightly in her hands

    5. A shawl of black lace hung over her fox fur covered neck and shoulders while the rest of her tattooed frame was hidden beneath a blue robe

    6. man sat there smoking beedi, wrapped in a shawl, but there was

    7. The silk prayer shawl he wore over his scull cap contained many colors

    8. His robe reflected the deep red hue in the pattern of the shawl

    9. Frank bundled her into the warm sitting-room and wrapped a heavy knitted woolen shawl around her shoulders

    10. The shawl fell from her shoulders

    11. But he had insisted that she wrap herself up in the shawl

    12. Frank had tried to get her to keep the shawl but she had refused

    13. She didn't want to keep the shawl because she would have to explain to Shelagh

    14. But how could she? But later in his house, when they had dozed by the fire, he hadn't slept as much as Rosemary - he was used to cat-naps - and had spent most of the time awake, just looking at her, sleeping, sitting back straight on the big old couch with the knitted shawl around her; the last thing his Mother had knitted, for she was renowned for her knitting, before she finally took to her bed; the wools, in the muted colours of bog earth and heather with light touches of soft blue, like the morning sky reflecting on pale cornflowers

    15. ! to this beautiful girl, sleeping quietly, the pale stark face, with its catlike eyes, wrapped in the shawl like a madonna, within arm’s reach

    16. He eased himself up off her and wrapped the shawl around her and, lifting her carefully, as one would a sleeping child, carried her upstairs to his bed

    17. ? That you only had to love a man? That he enters you with love and becomes a part of you and you of him? Love him enough to simply want him? Oh, she had loved the way he carried her up the stairs to his bed, wrapped in the woolen shawl

    18. Scarf styles are flexible and can be worn as a shawl, head covering, head piece or an actual garment

    19. The Rabbi had put on his holy shawl, a tallit and kissed it in respect of God as was tradition

    20. shawl over her head, and ran across the field to Jimmy Scarecrow

    21. covered with a piece of clean muslin, she took an old shawl and hood

    22. shawl, gave a great jump that dragged the shawl from our heads, and

    23. He charged down upon the granary, his wife, with a shawl over her head,

    24. I remove the shawl wrapped around my shoulders

    25. In a pair of camel, slim fit pants and a matching shirt protruding from a winter white shawl, collared cardigan, he runs his fingers through his flowing locks and stares at me with anxious eyes

    26. Her face cloaked by a hooded shawl; voice crackly and dry, each step was aided by the use of an old wooden cane…it seemed the poor woman could barely move

    27. Farfan was giving samples of an intense nervousness, the more nervous he was, the most he accommodated the knot of the tie stripe, smoothed his mustache with a thin silk shawl that clarified the drops of the perspiration that were sprouting from his front covering his cheeks up to stopping, tangled, in the thin threads of the mustache

    28. Clutching with scarlet talons at a lurex-spangled shawl, she offered smiling assistance

    29. Little Killer squirms around a bit and she settles him down and tucks him under her shawl

    30. She painted a ghostly picture with a black shawl draped over her shoulders

    31. I saw him," said a young woman with a long, heavily patched skirt and a woollen shawl

    32. The Aztec shawl that he brought Amaranta, the remembrances he spoke of at lunch, the funny stories her told were simple leftovers from his humor of a different time

    33. Until then she had succeeded in keeping her off the streets unless it was to go to mass with Amaranta, but she made her cover her face with a black shawl

    34. He was so handsome, so elegant and dignified, with such presence, that Pietro Crespi would have been a mere fop beside him and many women whispered with spiteful smiles that he was the one who really should have worn the shawl

    35. Later on, when Úrsula insisted that Remedios the Beauty go to mass with her face covered with a shawl, Amaranta thought that a mysterious recourse like that would turn out to be so provoking that soon a man would come who would be intrigued enough to search out patiently for the weak point of her heart

    36. He searched for a moment through the racks and took out three shawl, all of dark color but of varying pattern and tone

    37. “And how much is the shawl?”

    38. Ingrid then left the shop with Benjamin, her prayer book in one pocket and her shawl tied over her hair

    39. gray pinstripe suit with velvet shawl and a neatly pressed white shirt

    40. The entrance of another customer, a young woman wearing a shawl over her hair, made him glance briefly at her as she walked towards Al Rashid, who was now getting up from his chair to greet her with a smile

    41. She covered her head with pashmena shawl

    42. He checked me properly and wore me a shawl

    43. She also wore a white shawl over her hair and a pair of sunglasses

    44. Sarah soon was ready to come out, with her shawl and sunglasses completing her disguise

    45. She was wearing a shawl with a summer dress, a fashion tragedy, but I loved her just the same

    46. She leans back again and plays with her shawl

    47. Her frazzled black hair tied into a pony-tail and a black or grey over-sized shawl on over her shoulder

    48. As expected she had a grey over-sized shawl over her shoulders and wore a white embroidered dress

    49. thick black wool shawl over her cold, bony shoulders

    50. Dr Singh was presented with a silver plaque and a citation signed by all his Cabinet colleagues and there was a shawl for Gursharan Kaur

    1. Shawled women carry babies with purple eyelids; boys stand at street corners; girls look across the road--rude illustrations, pictures in a book whose pages we turn over and over as if we should at last find what we look for

    2. (Two sluts of the coombe dance rainily by, shawled, yelling flatly

    3. Melanie, bonneted and shawled, sedate in newly him

    4. ’ I brooded over the shawled cage

    1. ” What happened in this story? Well, lets do a quick culture study… Rabbis would wear prayer shawls

    2. On the ends of the prayer shawls, there were “fringes

    3. as spider shawls are woven in the sun

    4. Shadows and Lone Dove were wrapping themselves in their finely embroidered deerskin shawls, and he suddenly understood that one or the other of them…in fact all of the women folk, would be looking at the skin for some new item of clothing or other

    5. People were moving about, cleaning paths and front doorsteps, carrying boots for repair at the cobbler's shop, women with shawls pulled close over their heads, gathered in groups to talk outside the bakery -- he could smell the aroma of freshly baked bread -- and across the village, immediately below what looked like an officers' mess complex, three stalwart horses were pulling a sled loaded with hay and a drum of either gasoline or oil

    6. Rani and Jags flipped over their shawls simultaneously got their guns out and in swift motions shot the crazy beast dead

    7. Rani and Bilo flipped their shawls over their shoulders revealing their shot guns and bandoleers handing round their hips

    8. “This is all the choice I have in shawls, miss

    9. Ingrid looked briefly at the three shawls before pointing at one of them

    10. And with lovely, smiling faces beneath their pretty, head-covering shawls

    11. carrying and offered to them pieces of candy, mittens, scarves, woolen shawls, and smaller

    12. It isn't, of course, in any way a bad thing to trail shawls after you on country walks; there is nothing about it or him that shocks or grieves; he is very lovable

    13. In the winter we’d pull them out when it was time to display the handwoven shawls and cloaks that went over big as holiday presents, but in the meantime they’d been stuck back in here with the rest of the display items we weren’t currently using

    14. Some of the drivers were sleeping on the passenger seats their heads wrapped up in woolen shawls

    15. Everything was white: shawls, handkerchiefs, large sheets, the whole house was hung with them

    16. And all her shawls don't add more than twenty roubles a year to her hundred and twenty, I know that

    17. How are you going to save them from Svidrigailovs, from Afanasy Ivanovitch Vahrushin, oh, future millionaire Zeus who would arrange their lives for them? In another ten years? In another ten years, mother will be blind with knitting shawls, maybe with weeping too

    18. Inside were two shawls that had belonged to their late mother

    19. Jaggers, suddenly stopping, and turning on the two women with the shawls, from whom the three men had meekly separated,—"Oh! Amelia, is it?"

    20. I think I shall trade," said he, leaning back in his chair, "to the East Indies, for silks, shawls, spices, dyes, drugs, and precious woods

    21. Blind to the world up in a shebeen in Bride street after closing time, fornicating with two shawls and a bully on guard, drinking porter out of teacups

    22. And calling himself a Frenchy for the shawls, Joseph Manuo, and talking against the Catholic religion, and he serving mass in Adam and Eve's when he was young with his eyes shut, who wrote the new testament, and the old testament, and hugging and smugging

    23. And the two shawls killed with the laughing, picking his pockets, the bloody fool and he spilling the porter all over the bed and the two shawls screeching laughing at one another

    24. There were caskets of diamonds, cashmere shawls, Valenciennes lace, English veilings, and in fact all the tempting things, the bare mention of which makes the hearts of young girls bound with joy, and which is called the "corbeille

    25. frseeeeeeeefronnnng train somewhere whistling the strength those engines have in them like big giants and the water rolling all over and out of them all sides like the end of Loves old sweeeetsonnnng the poor men that have to be out all the night from their wives and families in those roasting engines stifling it was today Im glad I burned the half of those old Freemans and Photo Bits leaving things like that lying about hes getting very careless and threw the rest of them up in the W C 111 get him to cut them tomorrow for me instead of having them there for the next year to get a few pence for them have him asking wheres last Januarys paper and all those old overcoats I bundled out of the hall making the place hotter than it is that rain was lovely and refreshing just after my beauty sleep I thought it was going to get like Gibraltar my goodness the heat there before the levanter came on black as night and the glare of the rock standing up in it like a big giant compared with their 3 Rock mountain they think is so great with the red sentries here and there the poplars and they all whitehot and the smell of the rainwater in those tanks watching the sun all the time weltering down on you faded all that lovely frock fathers friend Mrs Stanhope sent me from the B Marche paris what a shame my dearest Doggerina she wrote on it she was very nice whats this her other name was just a p c to tell you I sent the little present have just had a jolly warm bath and feel a very clean dog now enjoyed it wogger she called him wogger wd give anything to be back in Gib and hear you sing Waiting and in old Madrid Concone is the name of those exercises he bought me one of those new some word I couldnt make out shawls amusing things but tear for the least thing still there lovely I think dont you will always think of the lovely teas we had together scrumptious currant scones and raspberry wafers I adore well now dearest Doggerina be sure and write soon kind she left out regards to your father also captain Grove with love yrs affly Hester x x x x x she didnt look a bit married just like a girl he was years older than her wogger he was awfully fond of me when he held down the wire with his foot for me to step over at the bullfight at La Linea when that matador Gomez was given the bulls ear these clothes we have to wear whoever invented them expecting you to walk up Killiney hill then for example at that picnic all staysed up you cant do a blessed thing in them in a crowd run or jump out of the way thats why I was afraid when that other ferocious old Bull began to charge the banderilleros with the sashes and the 2 things in their hats and the brutes of men shouting bravo toro sure the women were as bad in their nice white mantillas ripping all the whole insides out of those poor horses I never heard of such a thing in all my life yes he used to break his heart at me taking off the dog barking in bell lane poor brute and it sick what became of them ever I suppose theyre dead long ago the 2 of them its like all through a mist makes you feel so

    26. I must clean the keys of the piano with milk whatll I wear shall I wear a white rose or those fairy cakes in Liptons I love the smell of a rich big shop at 7 1/2d a lb or the other ones with the cherries in them and the pinky sugar I Id a couple of lbs of those a nice plant for the middle of the table Id get that cheaper in wait wheres this I saw them not long ago I love flowers Id love to have the whole place swimming in roses God of heaven theres nothing like nature the wild mountains then the sea and the waves rushing then the beautiful country with the fields of oats and wheat and all kinds of things and all the fine cattle going about that would do your heart good to see rivers and lakes and flowers all sorts of shapes and smells and colours springing up even out of the ditches primroses and violets nature it is as for them saying theres no God I wouldnt give a snap of my two fingers for all their learning why dont they go and create something I often asked him atheists or whatever they call themselves go and wash the cobbles off themselves first then they go howling for the priest and they dying and why why because theyre afraid of hell on account of their bad conscience ah yes I know them well who was the first person in the universe before there was anybody that made it all who ah that they dont know neither do I so there you are they might as well try to stop the sun from rising tomorrow the sun shines for you he said the day we were lying among the rhododendrons on Howth head in the grey tweed suit and his straw hat the day I got him to propose to me yes first I gave him the bit of seedcake out of my mouth and it was leapyear like now yes 16 years ago my God after that long kiss I near lost my breath yes he said I was a flower of the mountain yes so we are flowers all a womans body yes that was one true thing he said in his life and the sun shines for you today yes that was why I liked him because I saw he understood or felt what a woman is and I knew I could always get round him and I gave him all the pleasure I could leading him on till he asked me to say yes and I wouldnt answer first only looked out over the sea and the sky I was thinking of so many things he didnt know of Mulvey and Mr Stanhope and Hester and father and old captain Groves and the sailors playing all birds fly and I say stoop and washing up dishes they called it on the pier and the sentry in front of the governors house with the thing round his white helmet poor devil half roasted and the Spanish girls laughing in their shawls and their tall combs and the auctions in the morning the Greeks and the jews and the Arabs and the devil knows who else from all the ends of Europe and Duke street and the fowl market all clucking outside Larby Sharons and the poor donkeys slipping half asleep and the vague fellows in the cloaks asleep in the shade on the steps and the big wheels of the carts of the bulls and the old castle thousands of years old yes and those handsome Moors all in white and turbans like kings asking you to sit down in their little bit of a shop and Ronda with the old windows of the posadas 2 glancing eyes a lattice hid for her lover to kiss the iron and the wineshops half open at night and the castanets and the night we missed the boat at Algeciras the watchman going about serene with his lamp and O that awful deepdown torrent O and the sea the sea crimson sometimes like fire and the glorious sunsets and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens yes and all the queer little streets and the pink and blue and yellow houses and the rosegardens and the jessamine and geraniums and cactuses and Gibraltar as a girl where I was a Flower of the mountain yes when I put the rose in my hair like the Andalusian girls used or shall I wear a red

    27. It had been all he could do to exert his paramount authority as God’s steward in Glacierheart and refuse to make the trip along the river’s ice in a snow lizard-drawn sleigh, wrapped to the nose in furs, blankets, and shawls and completely surrounded by a regiment or two of bodyguards

    28. Their huge, membranous wings were closed by folding their fore-arms, so that they sat like gigantic old women, wrapped in hideous web-colored shawls, and with their ferocious heads

    29. ” Behind them streamed the merry cavalcade, girls cool in flowered cotton dresses, with light shawls, bonnets and mitts to protect their skins and little parasols held over their heads; elderly convalescents from the hospitals wedged in between stout chaperons and slender girls ladies placid and smiling amid the laughter and carriageto-carriage calls and jokes; who made great fuss and to-do over them; officers on horseback idling at snail’s pace beside the carriages—wheels creaking, spurs jingling, gold braid gleaming, parasols gather greenery and have a picnic and melon cutting

    30. It was full of girls, girls who floated in butterfly bright dresses, hooped out enormously, lace pantalets peeping from beneath; round little white lace shawls carelessly hanging from arms; fans spangled and painted, fans of swan’s-shoulders bare, and faintest traces of soft little bosoms showing above lace flounces; down and peacock feathers, dangling at wrists by tiny velvet ribbons; girls with masses of golden curls about their necks and fringed gold earbobs that tossed and danced with their dancing curls

    31. Ladies now wore gaiters made of their old wool shawls and The truth was that the North was holding the South in a virtual state of siege, though many did not realize it

    32. sooner or later? There's the feather‐bed element here, brother—ach! and not only that! There's an attraction here—here you have the end of the world, an anchorage, a quiet haven, the navel of the earth, the three fishes that are the foundation of the world, the essence of pancakes, of savoury fish‐pies, of the evening samovar, of soft sighs and warm shawls, and hot stoves to sleep on—as snug as though you were dead, and yet you're alive—the advantages of both at once! Well, hang it, brother, what

    33. She wears shawls

    34. They were being put into practice by people who would never wear shawls and dangly earrings, and for reasons that would both deeply impress me and fully put to rest any residual embarrassment I might have had about being a meditator

    35. Bertha nodded and mimed being wrapped in shawls

    36. Bearded vendors draped in thin blankets sold animal-skin lampshades, carpets, embroidered shawls, Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner and copper goods from rows of small, tightly jammed stalls

    37. It was thy husband who chose it, was it not? And then, thou shouldst have some cashmere shawls

    38. the resources of the house in shawls, dresses, draperies of any kind; and certain wardrobes of the third storey were ransacked, and their contents, in the shape of brocaded and hooped petticoats, satin sacques, black modes, lace lappets, &c

    39. Rochester, costumed in shawls, with a turban on his head

    40. Water beside the road was frozen solid, and people moved about with shawls and sweaters wrapped around their ears

    41. "At the ship's side, a moment later, I saw the last of the line of boats discharge their loads, and saw women, some with cheap shawls about their heads, some with the costliest of fur cloaks, ascending the ship's side

    42. On whom is she reckoning then? Is she counting on what is left of her hundred and twenty roubles of pension when Afanasy Ivanovitch’s debt is paid? She knits woollen shawls and embroiders cuffs, ruining her old eyes

    43. And all her shawls don’t add more than twenty roubles a year to her hundred and twenty, I know that

    44. The loot included silver plates with designs in relief; a bar of the same metal, as large as a brick; ornaments, Indian shawls, and silk stuffs woven in gold or silver

    45. They had wrapped themselves in Russian furs, fastened round the waist with cashmere shawls, and close to them were vases of opal crystal, two or three feet high, filled with preserved fruits of the most expensive kind, in which were stuck large wooden soup-ladles

    46. “This disorderly rabble was clad in the most extraordinary garments—in the skins and hides of various animals, in women’s petticoats of every conceivable hue, in great shawls, in scraps of blankets, in old horse-cloths with a hole in the middle for the head, and hanging down all round

    47. ” Lebedeff then, in tragic tones, told of the approaching marriage, whereupon the other nodded his head and replied that, after all, marriages like that were not so rare; that he had heard that the lady was very fascinating and of extraordinary beauty, which was enough to explain the infatuation of a wealthy man; that, further, thanks to the liberality of Totski and of Rogojin, she possessed—so he had heard—not only money, but pearls, diamonds, shawls, and furniture, and consequently she could not be considered a bad match

    48. I won't describe the crush in the vestibule over sorting out cloaks, shawls, and pelisses, the shrieks of the frightened women, the weeping of the young ladies

    49. Indeed, the girls were pretty: black-eyed, chubby, ruddy-faced, and the fur coats and shawls which they had on were fine; but still Semén could not make out why he was gazing at them as though they were friends of his

    50. Their skirts were tucked up high, and their heads wrapped up in shawls

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