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1. Negative slant - 58 stories.
2. The sunrays were still slant.
3. Dad, give us your slant on this.
4. Their eyes were a dark blue with a catlike slant.
5. For me, I write stories that have a heavy emotional slant.
6. A slant of orange light stretches across one of the rock walls.
7. He looked in to the cat’s eyes, the long slant of the pupil.

8. Bloody religion, I shouldn’t have put such a slant on the killings.
9. Then she clung to it as it seemed to be pitching at an impossible slant.
10. Or sometimes the rip-off gives me a whole new slant on something completely different.
11. With the thrust of its propeller curbed by the slant of its fins, the Nautilus stood still.
12. Rain showers had begun to slant down out of the sky again, but the rain wasn’t the problem.
13. When you form a sundial in concrete you would best slant the pointer, the gnomon, at the proper angle.
14. When he reached the slant of the wall where he had left Cosette, he noticed that no one could see him there.
15. From the main section of the keep came two smaller wings, and from the flat peak did the roof slant into them.
16. I know his name because he signed it a number of times on hotel stationery, each signature with a slightly different slant.
17. Then here comes the ferryboat; so I shoved for the middle of the river on a long down-stream slant; and when I judged I was.
18. Dolores and I adopted Ramona’s slant speech: on-E E was only me, by which Ramona meant that she did not require assistance.
19. It was slightly effeminate, not high pitched as such but one could feel a kind of feminine slant to it without it being obvious.
20. As they approached the last doorway, an old man appeared in it, shading his squinting eyes from the slant of the sun with his hand.
21. On the top, where the slant of the Tower is really noticeable, to the amazement and disbelief of all there, he performed a little dance.
22. He looked at the man standing in the doorway, whose head was illuminated by the slant of battle grey that steepled down from the high set window.
23. A shaft of sunlight had managed to slip through the small gap in the wooden shutters, sending a slant of golden brightness perfectly across his face.
24. The upward slant of her eyes seemed more acute than usual, and that, with her drained, alabaster-like complexion, gave her the appearance of a geisha.
25. At every decision point I chose whichever road seemed to slant upwards most, thinking that the stair which we had descended would be high enough for my death.
26. Unknown to us, owing to the slant of the machine, the tin slipped backwards and spilled a goodly proportion of its melted contents over the propeller at the back.
27. With Yigal in the lead position, they again hefted the load, which was shifted toward Moshe at the rear to account for the downward slant of the majority of their run.
28. Now I'm looking at the herd, not sideways on, but at a slant from behind; Randy is cursing, there's no clear target, nothing to aim at, and the cow is constantly hiding him.
29. If they slant, the Nautilus follows the angle of that slant and, under its propeller's thrust, either sinks on a diagonal as steep as it suits me, or rises on that diagonal.
30. Once more they started, crawling from hollow to hollow, flitting behind such cover as they could find, but moving always in a slant towards the foothills of the northern range.
31. Their mission was to present the facts of a story in a clear and concise manner, without slant or distortion and with the idea that their words were meant to inform, not to persuade.
32. Even more important are the critically relevant stories and facts they choose not to cover because those stories or facts don’t support their agenda or the slant they want the story to have.
33. He went on and on about what happened, trying to slant it his way, but I already had all of the ―real‖ facts from a woman in Social Services, who I‘d contacted after Ma had told me of their arrest.
34. Her mother’s eyes, green, like her own and wide, with a slight upward slant at the edges, even in the dusky light seemed sharper than she remembered, but there was a raw austerity in them that made her wary.
35. She has seen this point in the road before—when, from far away, and atop a slant in the road, she looked upon the world and wondered just what it was—but whether or not it is significant of something she doesn’t know.
36. I have also here another glass plate in which the lines diverge each at a very slightly different angle--a typewriting protractor for measuring the slant of divergence of various letters that have become twisted, so to speak.
37. He was off instantly at a smart walk; the rigid straddle of his legs, the turned-out feet, the stiff back, the rakish slant of the sombrero above the square, motionless set of the shoulders expressing an infinite, awe-inspiring impudence.
38. A large, pretty woman in her early thirties, Mammy cut a striking figure at Wilson’s estate last summer, and as strong rays slant in through the courtroom’s only window, she steps into the booth in a cream-colored pantsuit that she fills to bursting.
39. Clippings from the national newspaper were shocking for their obvious lack of objectivity and racist slant, leaving would-be tourists with the conviction that only in Limon was there danger, black muggers lurking in alleys waiting to slice their throats.
40. The ladder they had was not quite long enough, and besides that, as it had to stand in a sort of a courtyard at the base of the tower, it was impossible to slant it sufficiently: instead of lying along the roof of the steeple, it was sticking up in the air.
41. Thank Heaven, there were no ragged women along the roadside today! As she passed the trail leading down to the settlement she looked with distaste at the group of wind blowing, and as she passed there came to her nose the mingled smells of wood shacks squatting in the hollow in the dreary slant of the afternoon sun.
42. Strange it may seem, won’t the socialistic slant negate the economic justice that it seeks to provide? After all, socialism, as per the COD, is a political and economic theory of social organization which advocates that the community as a whole should own and control the means of production, distribution and exchange.
43. The primary problem with socialist ideas being promulgated in economics classes is, of course that, barring intervention from those who have studied and absorbed the ideas of the classical economists or, a bit later, the Chicago School of Economics under Milton Friedman, such a slant tends to get handed down from generation to generation.
44. And Priscilla explained how and why she had come by them; and though Lady Shuttleworth, remembering the order till now prevailing in the village and the lowness of the wages, could not help thinking that here was a girl more potent for mischief than any girl she had ever met, yet a feeble gleam of amusement did, as she listened, slant across the inky blackness of her soul.
45. How did she feel about him from the perspective of this much time? Had the time with Rendrak been that much more passionate? Was it because Rendrak drew more social attention? Had there always been a little tension because she had her own slant on life? Had there ever been that tension with Alan? Since that time in the Lvinch patch, hadn't he always been there when she woke up?
46. Pothers screams (and Sally can do nothing but press the Hungary Water to her Lips), and Lawyer Slocock vows Vengeance in Terms no one but another Lawyer can comprehend, and at last the Door flies open and a very pretty red-headed Fellow (with Hair as curly as Lambswool and Eyes as slant and green as a Cat’s, and Tartar Cheakbones like the God Pan himself) leaps into the Coach, saying:.
1. The slanting ceiling is so funny.
2. He glanced at the slanting windowpane.
3. He shook his head, slanting a grin my way.
4. The other, narrow, slanting and slightly hooded.
5. The room had a slanting roof and was whitewashed.
6. Soon all four were standing on the slanting deck.
7. The sun was slanting in through the narrow clerestory.
8. As her slanting eyebrows rushed down Now you are better.
9. But it had a nose, too, and slanting eyes and smacking lips.
10. It was white and strained and the black brows above slanting.
11. But, grandmother, your bed is slanting down at your head, where.
12. There was only the wind and the rain—slate-gray, slanting rain.
13. Within me is the longest day, the sun wheels in slanting rings, it.
14. The light slanting in across the forest had taken on a buttery hue.
15. Mei Yinxue did not even move and remained slanting by the side of the.
16. Slanting his mouth over hers, the tip of his tongue flicked across her.
17. With the rain slanting across the road and the windshield wipers sweeping.
18. He follows my look and a slanting smile curls about the corners of his mouth.
19. The angle of the sunlight slanting into the rooms told him it was mid-morning.
20. A little kerchief was flung about her bare throat, but lay slanting on one side.
21. At times a sort of mist descended, and then suddenly heavy slanting rain came down.
22. Just what I thought, he teased, slanting his lips across mine and possessing my.
23. Maybe the bright light of the morning sun slanting across the rug could account for it.
24. In the early morning with the moon now slanting toward the western sky, a dark sinewy.
25. How quickly time flies! Olenka's house turned gloomy, the roof rusty, the shed slanting.
26. That said, the inherent trickiness in trading a pattern with slanting boundaries remained.
27. I looked at Hassan, showing those two missing front teeth, sunlight slanting on his face.
28. Then he crept to the door of the bedroom, and stood with slanting head listening intently.
29. Who work for professional corporations who are not slanting or censoring your news at all.
30. Landing upright, her feet quickly slide backwards down the slanting side and into the water.
31. The sun was up and slanting into his eyes, but that was because he was high in the mountains.
32. She was sitting inertly on her chair, holding her cup of coffee slanting, too much dejected to drink it.
33. He painfully hoisted himself over a loose molar of shale slanting into the cliffs at a 60-degree angle.
34. Upon this door, beside a pretty Gothic lock-plate, there is an iron handle with trefoils placed slanting.
35. It separated into two streets, which ran in a slanting line, one to the right, and the other to the left.
36. The windows of the village were all on fire beneath the slanting rays of the sun sinking behind the field.
37. His great lips present a cable-like aspect, formed by the intertwisting, slanting folds of large wrinkles.
38. In one of the windows he caught a glimpse of a sallow face with sly, slanting eyes; but it vanished at once.
39. The second picture contained for foreground only the dim peak of a hill, with grass and some leaves slanting.
40. The Nautilus, driven downward by its propeller and slanting fins, descended to the lowest strata of this sea.
41. Then there was a couple acres surrounded by the slanting board fence he had tripped over late in Afternoonday.
42. The slanting rays of the sun were still hot; his clothes, soaked through with perspiration, stuck to his body; his.
43. Colleen thought that the light slanting in the bedroom window was making a golden robe around the child’s shoulders.
44. As we discussed, I don’t think there is a single best way to trade breakouts from patterns with slanting boundaries.
45. There is a large semi-circular balcony slanting down toward the stage and back up over the hallway to the fourth floor.
46. They were hearing drums and bugles and the Rebel yell, seeing footsore men going by in the rain with torn flags slanting.
47. As the cars drew closer, it became worse because, in the slanting rays of an afternoon sun, they were each plainly visible.
48. Already sunlight was slanting across the yard, and in the stillness the flies buzzed about a patch of dung a few feet away.
49. The wire fence held by slanting poles drooped to the ground, the front gate slanted into the ground right before the causeway.
50. At a dark corner in the slanting fence Pyotr Stepanovitch took out a plank, leaving a gap, through which he promptly scrambled.
51. As we will discuss further later, patterns with horizontal boundaries offer some advantages over slanting boundaries to traders.
52. The afternoon sun, slanting low through the newly leaved trees, spun sickeningly for a few moments in a swirl of gold and green.
53. She had been mesmerized by droplets slanting over the roof of La Hacienda and falling into the abyss, missing the deck entirely.
54. Though that was what it seemed like—signs of the ball of furious fire nowhere to be seen, the slanting shadows of morning absent.
55. The earlier breeze had died down, and the water was placid, smooth and glassy, tinged with bronze in the slanting late afternoon light.
56. The slanting late afternoon sun cast glints of light onto the water--in the distance, the flat stretches were as much gold as turquoise.
57. Given the inherent difficulty of trading a pattern with a slanting boundary, I would move on if stopped out and not attempt another trade.
58. He had a vision of afternoon sun slanting in through a dusty window in a room where he was waiting for something with his mother, long ago….
59. Then he remembered: Quarter to twelve … Sam! He could see her, waiting by the subway exit in the slanting snow, looking left and right, alone.
60. The sun had risen brightly and its slanting rays struck straight into Napoleon’s face as, shading his eyes with his hand, he looked at the fleches.
61. The sun had risen brightly and its slanting rays struck straight into Napoleon’s face as, shading his eyes with his hand, he looked at the flèches.
62. The clouds came nearer and nearer, the slanting drops of rain, driven by the wind, pattered on the platform of the car and stained Nekhludoff's overcoat.
63. The army was made up of white slanting lines that filled the air like the cobwebs that float about in autumn and which Dessalles called les fils de la Vierge.
64. The army was made up of white slanting lines that filled the air like the cobwebs that float about in autumn and which Dessalles called les fils de la Vièrge.
65. Slanting inward over their base, these high walls converged to form a vault shaped like an immense upside–down funnel that measured 500 or 600 meters in height.
66. I picture Sohrab's Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner face, the pointed meaty chin, his small seashell ears, his slanting bamboo-leaf eyes so much like his father's.
67. The flying weapon glanced singing from the slanting skull it should have crushed, and the king was hurled half-way across the chamber by the impact of the giant body.
68. She looked at him with slanting eyes that burned with a desperate obstinacy and the sudden hard line of jaw that sprang out through her soft cheek was Gerald’s jaw.
69. Mainstream Americans had simply grown tired of the deliberate slanting of events by the CMM and chose instead to tune in to the more accurate and balanced news outlets.
70. Channels by definition have slanting boundaries and thus are subject to all the additional difficulties associated with trading patterns with non-horizontal boundaries.
71. A motionless still balance in the air, then parting, talons loosing, Upward again on slow-firm pinions slanting, their separate diverse flight, She hers, he his, pursuing.
72. The axe descended with a crash, slanting off the iron rim of Dunk’s shield, crunching against the side of his helm, and striking Thunder a glancing blow along the neck.
73. In the early morning with the moon now slanting toward the western sky, a dark sinewy shadow snaked across their path, sparkles of reflected moonlight dappled its darkness.
74. The evidence was very flimsy but that didn’t stop the trial judge from slanting the whole trial against them, mainly because of the defendants’ anarchist political ideas.
75. And over there? wondered Nibbles, who couldn’t make it out because of the shade under the trees and bushes, which still had some leaves to block the wan, slanting light.
76. With the rain slanting across the road and the windshield wipers sweeping furiously across glass, the black Aston shimmied around a tight right hand bend, sliding out at the back.
77. It was a bright day, and I knew that at four o'clock, when the sun would set, its slanting red rays would fall on the corner of my wall, and throw a patch of glaring light upon it.
78. The immense stretch of meadow had been mown and was sparkling with a peculiar fresh brilliance, with its lines of already sweet-smelling grass in the slanting rays of the evening sun.
79. It was a prim, virginal little room and it lay still and warm in the slanting rays of the and the white walls unornamented save for one corner which Melanie had fitted up as a shrine.
80. THE afternoon sun glanced on the tops of the apple trees and then broke into stripes and layers of slanting light beneath the heavy branches, and threw blots of sunshine on the ground.
81. The sun had reached the other side of the house, and its slanting rays shone into the open window, lighting up the room and part of the morocco cushion at which Princess Mary was looking.
82. As we trudged along with the rain slanting down everyone noticed that if anything the build up for the new offensive had gotten even bigger with more supplies and men if that was possible.
83. Storm clouds in every conceivable shade of grey had heaped themselves along the coastline fifteen kilometres away, and slanting torrents of rain were already lashing seaside towns and suburbs.
84. How many other marvelous new specimens I still could have observed if, little by little, the Nautilus hadn't settled to the lower strata! Its slanting fins drew it to depths of 2,000 and 3,500.
85. The brilliant evening sun was pouring its slanting rays into our classroom, and in my little room on the left, where a year before Touchard had put me apart that I might not mix with counts'.
86. The women of that class especially seemed positively fascinated by the long drooping nose, the peaked chin, the heavy lower lip, the black silk eyepatch and band slanting rakishly over the forehead.
87. The sun had hidden behind a low strip of cloud, and from the southern sky a light-gray mass, from which a slanting rain was already pouring in the distance over the fields and forests, was coming on.
88. While he was speaking these words, the howling of the shrieking, slanting storm without seemed to add new power to the preacher, who, when describing Jonah's sea-storm, seemed tossed by a storm himself.
89. If you place a ruler on the slanting line of the flag behind the horse's head to the right, you find it is exactly parallel to a diagonal drawn from the top right-hand corner to the lower left-hand corner.
90. He looked at the slanting green eyes, wide She did not know that her face had changed, that reverie had brought a softness to and misty, and the tender curve of her lips and for a moment his breath stopped.
91. Closed windows left the house airless and stale, while sunlight slanting through recklessly askew venetian blinds, illuminated swathes of dust-spangled webs around the bookcase and under lounge-room chairs.
92. Did we have a better spot to short shares after the stock closed below the lower boundary of the ascending wedge? Perhaps, but we had to remember the additional difficulty trading patterns with slanting boundaries.
93. Exhale as you are slanting your head back and preparing to break the water surface place so that a lowest quantity of power and activity is needed to keep your head out of the regular water long enough to breathe in.
94. The most difficult aspect of trading rising wedges is similar to other patterns with slanting boundaries like symmetrical triangles and H&S patterns with slanting necklines: dealing with retests on a sloping boundary.
95. The old man's profile that he loathed so, his pendent Adam's apple, his hooked nose, his lips that smiled in greedy expectation, were all brightly lighted up by the slanting lamplight falling on the left from the room.
96. Across grassy courts, up shimmering stairs, over the slanting roofs of fantastic towers, even along the broad coping of the walls, the giants fled, dripping blood at each step, harried by their merciless pursuers as by wolves.
97. They were here in these haunted woods where the slanting afternoon sun gleamed eerily through unmoving leaves, friends and foes, peering at her in her rickety wagon, through eyes blinded with blood and red dust-glazed, horrible eyes.
98. In the slanting evening shadows cast by the baggage piled up on the platform, Vronsky in his long overcoat and slouch hat, with his hands in his pockets, strode up and down, like a wild beast in a cage, turning sharply after twenty paces.
99. Her eyes were set somewhat like a Kalmuck's, slanting; she was pale and thin in the face with high cheek-bones, but there was something in the face that conquered and fascinated! There was something powerful in the ardent glance of her dark eyes.
100. Fore and aft stood two cupolas of moderate height, their sides slanting and partly inset with heavy biconvex glass, one reserved for the helmsman steering the Nautilus, the other for the brilliance of the powerful electric beacon lighting his way.
1. Of the properly slanted line.
2. He looked up the slanted land.
3. The boy had pointed ears and slanted.
4. The roof was made of planks and slanted.
5. Avoid running on paths that are slanted.
6. There was the same slanted channel made.
7. Its white rays slanted down over the grass.
8. He turned and halted by the slanted bookcart.
9. It was slanted but it was not sinking lower.
10. But oh! that deep romantic chasm which slanted.
11. He peered across the slanted bed of the wrecker.
12. You get to see how slanted news reporting can be.
13. To the other side, a wall of the pyramid slanted up.
14. Sargent peered askance through his slanted glasses.
15. Two were near a slanted windshield at the front.
16. He rose from his slanted chair and stood near the dresser.
17. Roman I have to explain your pointy ears and your slanted.
18. He touched to fair miss Kennedy a rim of his slanted straw.
19. As the rays slanted in to this table, he enjoyed the warmth.
20. He led me to a hill that slanted down, and then leveled off.
21. He placed the low and slightly slanted bench over his ankles.
22. Helios ignored him and raced down the side of a slanted table.
23. The room became a plotter's den slanted with plans and schemes.
24. As those slanted bayonets, whole forests of them appearing in the.
25. As the last rays of the setting sun slanted in, it played off the.
26. The moonlight still slanted down to the fall's foot and gleamed on.
27. Where’s the tape? And who in the hell is this guy with the slanted.
28. His arms came around my waist and I lifted on my toes and slanted my.
29. You need to be extra careful, when you are running on slanted paths.
30. Mind you, the roof was slanted so I had to walk with my claws extended.
31. The light slanted through the trees; everything had an unearthly aspect.
32. Sabrina slanted her friend a dubious look but refrained from commenting.
33. But in addition to this, the story was often slanted for a given effect.
34. The floor slanted slightly downward and was worn smooth as by many feet.
35. She stepped closer to the captain, staring him in his slanted pink eyes.
36. The woman had slanted eyes and her long black hair covered her shoulders.
37. Ye Manqing was startled as her right hand slanted defensively before she.
38. He followed the hall down until he passed another slanted x-shaped four way.
39. Its forehead slanted backwards and was four times the length of a humans’.
40. He turned to me and slanted his eyes before he started poking me incessantly.
41. Thomas followed his gaze just in time to see Newt walk though the slanted door.
42. Nonchalantly with his hands in his pockets and a slanted smile he looks at me.
43. Sunlight slanted in from the left, casting a shadow on half of his rotund face.
44. The hips rounded up to a thin abdomen which slanted up to the chest in a v pattern.
45. The snow on the slanted forest floor was difficult to run in and she kept slipping.
46. Outside, the moon had risen to a point where its light slanted dimly down the shaft.
47. Protected from the rain under a slanted roof, he waited for the urge to walk to come back.
48. It was a perfect teardrop shape with upward slanted brows and shimmering irises of burgundy.
49. Does the foregoing paragraph seem somewhat "slanted" to the reader? Consider the following:.
50. Where’s the tape? And who in the hell is this guy with the slanted eyes? You know him?
51. Sunlight slanted down through the trees, and he could hear the tops of them thrashing around.
52. Cindy lay crumpled on the slanted floor of the cab, wedged between the backseat and the divider.
53. Thus, whenever you have a choice, avoid running on slanted paths, and prefer those that are flat.
54. And all the accounts of Hurd's rise to power and his commitment to the city appeared to be slanted.
55. I think you will find that horizontal support and resistance lines are much better than slanted ones.
56. I crumple the paper without bothering to read past the propaganda for more of their slanted journalism.
57. His comments were all slanted toward moving what I prided as my objectivity to a more liberal viewpoint.
58. They followed the hallway to a circular intersection that met up with three others in a slanted X pattern.
59. With her naturally slanted eyes added with her frown it seemed her frown threatened to cave in on her nose.
60. He and Whisenand wore dark suits, white shirts, and the distinctive slanted red and blue stripes of school ties.
61. Once I opened the window, I climbed out on the roof that slanted down to the gutter across the front of the house.
62. One of those crosses, you know, which has a slanted beam down by the foot, one end pointing up and the other down.
63. On this average news day, what was printed here presented too much negative, too much doom and gloom, too slanted.
64. She turned and headed toward a small closet door in the corner of the bedroom where the ceiling slanted under the eaves.
65. Dozens of bright bubbles floated in his eyeballs, each with tiny, slanted, microscopic eyes staring in, in at his brain.
66. The bottom of the gully, which lay along the edge of a rock-fault, was rough with broken stone and slanted steeply down.
67. Both had their weapons drawn however, Wil’s axe glowing golden in the darkness, and Carl’s spear slanted at an angle.
68. Colored sparkles of light slanted in from the enormous pictureglass windows that looked out across the Karedarzin plains.
69. When he got closer she could see that his eyes were brown, and the corners of his eyes were slanted in an upward direction.
70. Slanted poles with sharpened tops, known as "Rommel's asparagus" were placed in possible glider and paratroop landing spots.
71. Their facial features were completely foreign and dominated by a slanted look about the eyes as some Tranquil Islanders had.
72. I crawled out of my shelf into the cover of a boulder, and from it gained a shallow trench which slanted up the mountain face.
73. When the first shaft of sunshine slanted through my window it fell on me in my dressing-gown feverishly writing to Charlotte.
74. As Theresa opened her eyes again, a morning sun sent slanted rays down from the high chimney-hole onto cold, still lake waters.
75. The wire fence held by slanting poles drooped to the ground, the front gate slanted into the ground right before the causeway.
76. The two of them walked up the slanted ceiling of the stairwell, keeping their eyes on the dangerously, jagged steps above them.
77. Warm sunlight slanted in through the window and fell across the bottom half of the bed, covering her feet like a cozy blanket.
78. He could sense ridicule from him as his sallow face gave Denver a slanted look and his lips twisted up into a snake like smile.
79. An early moon had risen and its light slanted through the pierced dome which by some curious workmanship intensified the light.
80. A black tri-cornered hat slanted rakishly above his unshaven face, and a stuffed green and yellow parrot perched on his shoulder.
81. ALIZÉ WAS ON the fifty-sixth floor of the Palms Casino Resort, and their table was right up by the wall of steeply slanted windows.
82. Your bio must be slanted so that it relates to those experiences which make you the perfect person to write the book you're proposing.
83. He allowed the awareness of it to settle somewhere into his subconscious—a new gift in his growing repertoire of slanted experiences.
84. They connected to equally soft legs that slanted slightly outward as they came up to hips covered by a colorful, strangely weaved garment.
85. The sun, low in the sky, slanted almost level along the field, and shining right through the thin-petalled crocuses made of each a little star.
86. One of the things the writer had deemed worthy of mentioning was that Easterners often had elongated, slanted eyelids, like two of the newcomers.
87. His gaze slanted a look at Morgan, with narrowed eyes he watched the prince until Morgan squirmed as he had when he was a young lad under the gaze.
88. With each step, the light of day crawled and slanted across the ground, climbed the tree trunks, and started to mingle with the leaves in the still air.
89. He slanted his head sideways to see the title, to see what it was Lucy had considered more worth her attention than her conduct that day towards her husband.
90. The walls were clad in shimmering red felt and a thick carved molding edged the walls, wrapped the ceiling, slanted down the corners, and regally encased the room.
91. At least Rose gave the young man credit for good tastes, as the young woman was a true exotic beauty, with slanted eyes, long black hair and delicate bone structure.
92. What is more, the Americans held the Japanese in utter contempt, viewing them as funny little creatures with buckteeth and horn-rimmed glasses covering slanted eyes.
93. They trudged onwards with slanted bodies through the flossy fields, keeping as well as they could in the shelter of hedges, which, however, acted as strainers rather than screens.
94. On the rough stones, where the pavement slanted down to the gutter, lay a broadly-built, red-bearded, elderly convict, with his head lower than his feet, and very red in the face.
95. It faced south and was still warm and filled with the light of the westering sun which slanted into it, and fell golden on the garden full of flowers that came right up to the steps.
96. The cabins were picked out in reds, yellows, blues and greens - swirling splashes of colour made vibrant under the sun that slanted down across the tops of the houses on the far bank.
97. He was old but still had a chirpy look about him, he swayed with the rhythm of the music that he played; his eyes slightly slanted like the people Barrad had seen living in the Steppes.
98. They finished by standing in a line in the shallow end of the pool, their upper bodies slanted and alternating sides, moving their arms up and down to the beat of Technotronicś Rockinóver the Beat.
99. Protopopoff, a little man with a rosy egg-shaped head and a faint touch of slanted, oriental eyes, laughed as they undressed in the heavy, steamy environment and took sheets that resembled Roman togas.
100. I crawfished as fast as I could about two yards, but the boat slanted so that I couldn't make very good time; so to keep from getting run over and catched I crawled into a stateroom on the upper side.
1. Josie slants me a scornful look.
2. Xaltotun's mind was devious and full of unexpected slants.

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