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“There’s a long neck of land they call the Forefinger, not more than forty leagues wide, but it goes five hundred leagues, maybe more, straight south.”
“Tallow from innumerable candles had dripped down the long neck of the bottle and hardened into a miniature glacier.”
““Bloody beautiful,” said Sergeant Bob Malloy, his long neck tilting his head at the sky.”
“This awoke our sympathies, and stimulated our sense of personal importance, and we were never so happy as when trudging back through the snow, following Cæsar with a great cock-turkey lying languidly over his shoulder like a sick baby, his long neck drooping, his wattles, erst so fiery red with pride and valor, now blue and despairing.”
“From behind, Patrice looked even ganglier, his head bobbing on his long neck as he loped down the stairs.”
“Eran curved his head around, stretching out his long neck to do so, and looked Darian straight in the eye before snorting his agreement.”
“The future loomed before him like a tragedy; he almost groaned aloud, for swinging towards him with a loose-jointed English gait was a tall, yellow-haired chap, the size of a man, with a face sea-tanned between a pink and a brown, his long neck encircled with a very high, very stiff collar, his light grey suit pressed as if it had just arrived from the tailor's, and poor Banty's quick eye flew from the smiling pink face to the faultlessly-trousered legs – horrors!”
“You have done this before," noted Keristillax, with a swivel of his long neck that allowed him to meet his rider's gaze.”
“He held an oddly archaic musical instrument, lute-shaped, its body striped light and dark like a melon and its long neck bent back over his shoulder.”
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