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“Michael stared at her down-bent head, absentmindedly hefted the volume in his hand.”
“And watch the smoke of steamships trail along the down-bent sky,”
“They aren't worth it," she told him bravely, unaware of the concern and compassion which touched his eyes as he looked at her down-bent head.”
“David paused beside Sally's chair, his eyes on the down-bent shiny curls.”
“There was a great deal of rigidity in their down-bent faces, and no friendliness in the small flicking glances they occasionally gave each other.”
“The down-bent listening face, with a nose and a chin and a forehead big and ugly as her own, made her think of old Uncle George Keith, the way he used to listen, nodding his head, reading each sound, when he was practicing up the choir for a big revival at Deer Lick.”
“Gertie watched her a moment, puzzled, then began patting her shoulder and smoothing her down-bent head.”
“She stopped, her glance on the down-bent covered face; shook her head.”
“She walked slowly along with down-bent head, till she stood on the top of the bank overlooking the waterhole, and then, hearing footsteps behind her, looked up quickly to see Ben Fisher standing beside her.”
“Then with down-bent head and folded arms he took several turns across the room.”
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