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“Exclusive to the area are the bare-throated tiger-heron (Tigrisoma mexicanum) and the continental subspecies of the yellow warbler (Dendroica petechia).”
“Or perhaps males of the national bird of Paraguay, the bare-throated bellbird, feel attracted to other male birds?”
“It was closed; the heavy glass gave back only a dim reflection of herself, bare-armed, bare-throated, with spangles winking dully on her scarf.”
“He had taken off his collar and tie, and rose, bare-throated, to go to bed.”
“There were other drawings, if not all by the same hand, at least by the same school; one, sketched in bold strokes, of a dinner party in a stately neo-classic dining-room, the table laden with flowers and silver, the bare-throated women with jewels.”
“He liked to feel the wind tugging at sleeves and cap, and he leaned against it, bare-throated and bare-handed -- bareheaded, too, he would have been had not a carpenter, rods away on the cribbing, put out a hand to catch his cap as it tried to whirl past on a gust.”
“On the roads and mountains could be seen rows of bare-throated boys with heads uncovered, staff in hand, and Alpine knapsack on the back, occupying their leisure with pleasure excursions that were at the same time, perhaps, a foresighted study.”
“It was the sight of the big, brown guns did it, and the cutlasses in their racks, and the clean - limbed, bare-throated Jackies, and the watch-officer stamping the deck just as though he were at sea, with his glass and side-arms.”
“And then, somewhat blindly, and bare-throated, he passed through the streaming thoroughfares -- caring little how long it took him to reach Piccadilly.”
“No visitors will be admitted, General Ople, so you are bare-throated only to me: sit quietly.”
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