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“These down-dropped areas of landscape between parallel fault lines occur where the crust is stretched to the breaking point.”
“Louise raised the fine eyes, hitherto down-dropped.”
“The Grand Wash Cliffs juxtapose the colorful, lava-capped Precambrian and Paleozoic strata of the Grand Canyon against the highly faulted terrain, recent lake beds, and desert volcanic peaks of the down-dropped Grand Wash trough.”
“She studied his down-dropped lids, his expressionless face.”
“I got your letter, Miss Day," he said; and then looking at her, at her youth, her beauty, her helplessness, the shrinking grace of her figure, the fear of him that was expressed in her down-dropped head and averted gaze, the rich man's heart failed him; he found that he could not tell her he would not grant her request.”
“In a tremor of apprehension she got through her morning duties, cooking and serving a breakfast to the three boys, who made no comment on their father's absence, and whose curious looks she was aware of upon her averted face, her down-dropped eyelids.”
“He did not at all know how intently and exclusively he looked at her; how reverential and yet masterful was his attitude; and the sweet consciousness that sat on her down-dropped eyelids and tenderly flushed cheeks acted as no warning to him, but only as an incentive to persevere.”
“For one soft love-glance from her down-dropped eyes.”
“He could not see her expression, since her eyes veiled themselves with down-dropped lids, but she spoke quite quietly and as though trying to be fair in her judgment.”
“Cherry raising her eyes, shining with eagerness, to his, or Peter watching the little down-dropped face in an agony of adoration.”
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