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“Oh the proper job is certainly in your bright-looking future, or a handsome proximity,eh?”
“It was instantly opened by a bright-looking, clean-shaven young fellow, who asked him to step in.”
“Mr. Perry was away, but his daughter, a very bright-looking, elegantly-dressed girl, invited me to dine and remain.”
“It was dotted with bright-looking, steep-roofed, villages, and each showed”
“Never in fourteen months did those bright-looking young men ever relax, smile, or speak to us.”
“Six bright-looking native girls are receiving an industrial training in the house.”
“Lord Lufton himself was a fine, bright-looking young man; not as tall as Mark Robarts, and with perhaps less intelligence marked on his face; but his features were finer, and there was in his countenance a thorough appearance of good-humour and sweet temper.”
“Just as we were going into the church who should come rattling up on horseback but Maddie Barnes and her husband — Mrs. Moreton, as she was now, with a bright-looking boy of ten or eleven on a pony.”
“It was pale, but clear and bright-looking, and there was a thin streak of blood across her forehead that showed as she came underneath the lamp-light from the landing above.”
“Standing behind him were three bright-looking boys of graduated heights, and on either side were seated a pretty woman with a shy smile and a teenage girl with a sullen pout.”
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