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I lost my mom to cancer four years ago; she was a stained-glass artist and these eyes reflect a window she made for me years ago and are based on a type of glass called English Muffle, which is a ripply water-type pattern in jewel tones.
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Muffle your false love with some show of blindness:
Muffle furnace (for the sterilisation of filter candles, and for the destruction of morbid tissues).
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Muffle your false love with some show of blindness;
"Muffle your cloak about your face and leave me to speak."
'Muffle your horses' heads and see to the priming of your pistols, 'muttered Alice.
"Muffle your architectural angles in foliage and bloom" 52
Muffle your architectural angles in foliage and bloom.
"Muffle up until you are well out of Bishopsgate Street, where it still snows."
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