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“A hard kiss on her mouth, and he was gone, sentenced to kick his heels in Paraetonium until Pinarius hove in view.”
“In another moment, Dr. Berguson came out, turning on his heels while talking to the nurse.”
““I forgot,” said William Henry vaguely, rolled over twice, kicked his heels bruisingly against the grass, sighed deeply, flapped his hands, rolled over again, and began to pluck the detritus from around a promising stone.”
“His wigs were white as snow with starch powder and he tied them with naught save black velvet; his vacuous countenance was painted and patched; he wore embroidered velvet coats and lavish waistcoats; his heels were so high that he tittuped along with the aid of a clouded amber cane; and he exuded a perfume so strong it overpowered even the smell of rum.”
“Stubbornly, she waited outside a few minutes and watched Andy walk back to his car while Ridge impatiently cooled his heels at the door.”
“AT THE SAME TIME GREG SANDERS WAS GIVING CATH-erine Willows and Sara Sidle the skinny on wig hair, Gil Grissom—in a loose long-sleeve dark gray shirt and black slacks—was striding down the hall, a file folder in one hand, his heels clicking softly on the tile floor.”
“Jed Red was currently cooling his heels behind the wheel of the waiting getaway car.”
“Kenny was saved by our waiter, Ethan, who arrived to perform a charming at-your-service routine, clicking his heels and poising his pen.”
“But Joey dug his heels in and refused to budge, terrified at the idea of venturing even knee-deep into water full of invisible monsters waiting to devour him and MacGregor.”
“Teodoro sat back on his heels and regarded the glyphrimmed circle spanning from just inside the threshold to his desk.”
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