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1. His face was pallid, sunken.
2. The man was already pallid and.
3. Her face was a pallid, milky hue.
4. The pallid Hublin shows him pages.
5. His memories were pallid, however.
6. Within the pallid slivers slumbering.
7. It falls, whilst he with pallid stare.

8. Her face was a pallid oval in the gloom.
9. The man’s skin was pallid and mottled.
10. His frowning face was pallid and quivered.
11. The pallid smile of Elizabeth poked Sophia.
12. He wore tattered rags over his pallid skin.
13. Jean Valjean lay there pallid and motionless.
14. This ape had pallid skin and a Mohawk haircut.
15. Ted sits in his armchair, pallid and feverish.
16. Her fingers, cuddling it, were plump and pallid.
17. Burnham’s face turns to a markedly pallid hue.
18. A look of surprise flashed across his pallid face.
19. Elandria studied his pallid complexion with worry.
20. The entity motioned with his hand, Grinly's pallid.
21. The face of the soldiers were pallid in the torchlight.
22. Rachel, putting her kind old arms about the pallid girl.
23. A short creature with pallid green skin looked up to her.
24. The doctor looked into Zygmunt's pallid face and told him.
25. Their pallid skins and slack expressions didn’t belong.
26. I can see her, the pallid, good-for-nothing codfish!.
27. His tan was long faded and his skin was pallid and wrinkled.
28. The armoured plating of their pallid blue Security Division.
29. Tommy stared back, his face pallid and drawn, his eyes empty.
30. Both had risen, and were gazing at one another with pallid faces.
31. His pallid skin and bone-white hair made him look a living corpse.
32. The Single Sea, which lay upon the pallid shore with little motion.
33. The moon drifted from behind the clouds and exposed the pallid face.
34. Crass's fat face was pallid with fear as he clung trembling to his seat.
35. The Single Sea, which lay upon the pallid shore with little motion….
36. The big man plopped down and stared down at the pallid figure on the bed.
37. She repaid this sally with a smile, which transformed her pallid features.
38. He was sweating profusely and his normally pallid complexion was flushed.
39. He crawled up on his hands and knees, blood spilling down his pallid face.
40. By Jove! I resent his pallid Portrait by which the World thinks it knows me.
41. Ah, if it isn’t the traitor? sneered Sephiroth, his pallid features.
42. Of the foreground, all was in shadow, and the rear wall was a pallid yellow.
43. My cheeks, which had been burning with anger, now looked pallid and lifeless.
44. As she went to get some water, Clara covered her face with her pallid hands.
45. Alice lay in a broken, grotesque, pallid gesturing and angling of her thin body.
46. A pallid suetfaced young man polished his tumbler knife fork and spoon with his napkin.
47. He was quite grey---from his cloak and his peaked cap to his dingy beard and pallid complexion.
48. Before them, darkling against a pallid sky, the great mountains reared their threatening heads.
49. Thesiger, turning to the pallid trembling man; I must so far concur with what has fallen from Mr.
50. Philo’s thickset body had lost its healthy color; a pallid skin implied he was less than feeble.
51. The white dragon carries the pallid colors of death and the red dragon displays anger and violence.
52. Archibald edged closer to the cage bars, shrinking back from the papery skin and pallid, baleful glare.
53. The old man sat up erect, pallid, and like a corpse which rises under the influence of a galvanic shock.
54. Glain, on the other hand, looked pallid in the cold, damp air, with hectic spots of red high in her cheeks.
55. A very different Holmes, this active, alert man, from the introspective and pallid dreamer of Baker Street.
56. He felt it in the sun that brightened the room with its midday glow and warmed the side of his pallid face.
57. This silence, self-control, and struggle lasted about twenty seconds, then the count raised his pallid face.
58. Vanka grinned like a child but his face was pallid, almost unearthly, as if sculptured from transparent wax.
59. Norman put his huge brown hands on his knees and leaned forward, staring into Faith's pallid, shrinking face.
60. Suddenly Conan's long left arm shot out and ripped the mask from the man's head, disclosing the pallid features.
61. Chupacabra looked at Frank’s pallid face and thanked his stars he’d had to pick up his family at the airport.
62. I stared with terror when I saw the motionless mass of men spread on the ground, pallid, and in strange positions.
63. And drawing himself up, all at once, pallid, trembling, terrible, with his brow rendered more lofty by the terrible.
64. He was completely hairless, pallid in color, but nothing like the grey in the gnomes of the Yakhan of Alan’s world.
65. Seattle reporters marveled at how sun-bronzed they looked when seen side by side with the pallid boys from Washington.
66. Lord Blantyre lifted his pallid, black-bearded countenance and looked at them with a gaze of uncompromising ill-humor.
67. His skin fades to a pallid white and he feels physically sick, feels the heat rise and sweat break out on his forehead.
68. The trees and bushes with their great pallid blossoms stood dark, still, and sinister, etched against the deepening dusk.
69. There had been no more than five hours' darkness and that of a pallid, twilit quality which kept him wakeful and restless.
70. And the Raven, never flitting, still is sitting, still is sitting On the pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door;.
71. And the Raven never flitting still is sitting, still is sitting on the pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door ….
72. It is I too, the sleepless widow looking out on the winter midnight, I see the sparkles of starshine on the icy and pallid earth.
73. They sat in silence for several minutes, taking comfort in the gentle rumbling of the eggs and the pallid luminosity they emitted.
74. His face was fleshy and pallid, touched with colour only at the thick hanging lobes of his ears and at the wide wings of his nose.
75. Any private hours in her day were usually spent in her blue-green boudoir, and she had come to be very fond of its pallid quaintness.
76. Ever as he climbed, the same white gleam had shone before him and drawn his feet towards Slowly it grew to a little globe of pallid light.
77. The angry base of disjointed friendship, the faint tones of the sick, The judge with hands tight to the desk, his pallid lips pronouncing.
78. Wendigoes were gaunt, emaciated creatures, with their pallid skin tightly-stretched over their bones, sunken eyes and an ashen complexion.
79. He examined the pallid face that stared at him from beneath the oversized hat and ran his eyes towards his bulging stomach and podgy hands.
80. Having seen the pallid versions of their faces in her nightmares, it was easy to create the outline of their features—Laney filled in the rest.
81. Net income of $18 million (before preferred dividend) looks a little pallid, next to the Zises brothers' income, but it is tough to run a company.
82. The old man's pallid lips moved as though mechanically, and permitted the passage of words that were barely audible, like breaths in the death agony:.
83. In the old oak-wood a mist was rising, and he hesitated, wondering whether one whiteness were a strand of fog or only campion-flowers pallid in a cloud.
84. His waxen hue became greenish-yellow by the contrast of his burning eyes, and the red scar on the forehead showed on the pallid skin like a palpitating wound.
85. From his seat at the prosecution table arose a man of perhaps forty-five years of age with a pallid complexion, thinning reddish brown hair and a tall and bony frame.
86. After their departure, taking place in inverted order to their arrival, the canvas cloth was cleared, or rather was restored to some hurried order by the pallid steward.
87. Alice lay in a broken, grotesque, pallid gesturing and angling of her thin body, at the bottom of the stairs, like a crumpled doll that doesn't want to play any more, ever.
88. Alice lay in a broken, grotesque, pallid gesturing and angling of her thin body, at the bottom of the stairs, like a crumpled doll that doesn’t want to play any more, ever.
89. Their pallid complexions were totally void of warmth, but that lack of color was more than made up by their eyes---vibrant red corneas split by black pupils of a crescent shape.
90. Alice unconsciously dried her tears, and bent her melting eyes on the pallid features of Gamut, with an expression of chastened delight that she neither affected or wished to conceal.
91. He simply stared at him through eyes blackened with rage and sorrow, the skin underneath sagging from his lack of sleep, a pallid bloodless complexion instead of his usual healthy color.
92. His entire body seemed to tremble even though he attempted to suppress the violent, involuntary reaction by clenching his fists tightly until the knuckles were as white as his pallid visage.
93. However, he was breathtakingly beautiful, and he did have a pallid complexion, but he seemed harmless—aside from the bizarre episode about his ‘special abilities’ that he went on about.
94. It seemed to her that under the stiff, pallid, rigidly clasped hands of the dead general something gleamed white through the transparent muslin of the covering, something like a piece of paper.
95. A thin and pallid officer with a bald head, and a huge nose and mouth, was walking about the room, holding a large package of bank-notes in his hand, staking ready money on the bank, and winning.
96. She staggered and shifted him for an easier grip; and then, as his pallid head lay loose and languid against her shoulder, the half-open eyelids fluttered, the upturned eyes rolled and fixed themselves.
97. Cora received her new and somewhat extraordinary protector courteously, at least; and even the pallid features of Alice lighted again with some of their native archness as she thanked Heyward for his care.
98. At the moment when the doctor was wiping Marius' face, and lightly touching his still closed eyes with his finger, a door opened at the end of the drawing-room, and a long, pallid figure made its appearance.
99. The old lady was dead no doubt, had died quietly in her sleep as had been expected, but what folly was all this about a murder? Yet she sat up in bed and felt rather cold as she looked at Annalise, for Annalise was very pallid.
100. But as the strange captain, leaning over the pallid bulwarks, was in the act of putting his trumpet to his mouth, it somehow fell from his hand into the sea; and the wind now rising amain, he in vain strove to make himself heard without it.

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