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“Other endangered restricted range species that migrate seasonally to this ecoregion are the three-wattled bellbird (Procnias tricarunculata) and the bare-necked umbrella bird (Cephalopterus glabricollis).”
“SYDNEY: Now, I notice tonight you are bare-necked -- we can say that, we're on cable -- is that a trend?”
“Grinning boys were up to their ears in juice, girls, bare-armed and bare-necked, reached for plates held teasingly aloft.”
“I never before had seen men bare-necked and the fashion is not becoming.”
“To which purpose she useth all inventions imaginable, running too and again about the house bare-necked, and her breasts raised up; or comes to his bedside all unlaced, or fains to sit sleeping by the fire side with her coats up to her knees, against her Master comes home, with the key in his Pocket, merrily disposed, from his Companions; or with”
“She could have cried out for happiness to that human mass which, behind the flaming streak of the footlights, spread itself, bare-necked and bedizened, in the warm shadow of the front boxes.”
“She was now no longer a lady: she once more became the Spartan, bare-necked, her hair undone, her body streaming with perspiration, and to work, to work, to make up for lost time!”
“He thought of Paris, of that life which, she said, would civilize him; he tried in vain to form an image of the cafés and little carriages, the bare-necked women drinking champagne.”
“[Page 191] the lowest step, or leaned against the piers, and there was one prominent face of intense curiosity, that of a bare-necked, red-haired man, half rogue, three-quarters savage, stretching neck in front to listen to the lady, which can never leave my eyes.”
“How singular, it struck Neale, to see good-looking, bare-armed and bare-necked young women dancing there, and dancing well!”
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