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“This was ours; the rest had to sleep in the verandah or on the floor with rugs amongst the tropeiros, picturesque-looking muleteers.”
“And lastly there was a commander of the forces (Bashat al-Askar): his host consisted of about a thousand Irregular horsemen, Bash-Buzuks, half bandits, half soldiers, each habited and armed after his own fashion, exceedingly dirty, picturesque-looking, brave, and in such a country of no use whatever.”
“She's clever'she's written a book of most marvellous poetry'she's got a lovely deep voice, and I think she's most picturesque-looking.”
“These Riffians were certainly picturesque-looking rascals.”
“The light came from a picturesque-looking lamp which hung from an arch in the centre of a broad, low hall.”
“The tree is not a handsome one, being a small edition of the oak in its sturdy outline, but it is less graceful or picturesque-looking, being often broader than it is high and resembling in shape a half globe.”
“In the afternoon a little cavalcade of wild, picturesque-looking men dashed down upon us in true Mongol style, trailing the lasso poles as they galloped.”
“The picturesque-looking man, wearing a pink cotton shirt and slouch hat, who had been waiting for our arrival, came on to the floating bridge beside us, and by means of pulleys and ropes, to work which he turned a handle, ferried us across to the opposite bank.”
“There were many roughly-hewn, picturesque-looking rustic chairs scattered about, and near one of these Lady Margaret paused.”
“His figure is as common in the streets as our milkman, though he is generally a very much more picturesque-looking individual.”
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