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““What are you doing?” wheezed the broken-nosed cop.”
“He was still the same handsome, broken-nosed young iceberg I remembered - if I'd closed my eyes I could have heard the lash whistling and cracking in Arabat courtyard, with the Cossacks 'grip on my arms.”
“The father, with the agility of an acrobat, seized a broken-nosed jug which stood on the chimney, and flung the water on the brands.”
“We went off, betimes next morning, to see the Cathedral, which is wonderfully picturesque inside and out, especially the latter — also the market-place, or great Piazza, which is a large square, with a great broken-nosed fountain in it: some quaint Gothic houses: and a high square brick tower; OUTSIDE the top of which — a curious feature in such views in Italy — hangs an enormous bell.”
“The broken-nosed reeve stood with his back to the far wall, watching with an ugly sneer on his face.”
“As for the vaunted Antique, and the Elgin Marbles — it might be that that battered torso was a miracle, and that broken-nosed bust a perfect beauty.”
“At the end of the lime-tree avenue is a broken-nosed damp Faun, with a marble panpipe, who pipes to the spirit ditties which I believe never had any tune.”
“Few dared say it at the time, but later the condemnation was to become savage, one critic thundering that “great sums were squandered away on braveries and vanities; On old rotten pictures, on broken-nosed Marble.””
“It's a shock to realize the boyish socialist bard with the broken-nosed Essex accent is pushing 50.”
“Thickset and broken-nosed, he looked a little like Zeke, but he had none of Ezekial's careful movements or self-deprecating humor.”
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