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“Once again the tie snake fixes his slit-eyed gaze on mine.”
“The arrests come amid in a rising, if small, groundswell of controversy over Monday's start of an official ban of garments that hide the face, which includes Muslim veils such as the slit-eyed niqab and the full face-covering burqa.”
“I hopped from the cab, only to be confronted in my egress, as in my ingress, by the large slit-eyed servant of von Helrung.”
“She woke up slow and sleepy, and he loved the way she scooped her tangled curly black hair off her face, peering out slit-eyed, like a small, sweet mole blinking in the light.”
“A slit-eyed, misshapen face, the beaten face of a boxer, stares back at him.”
“This was her first prolonged exposure to the standard American view of China as a land of dirty, scavenging beggars and sinister, slit-eyed, yellow-skinned villains.”
“Posted in Argentina's footballers photographed making 'slit-eyed' gesture, beijing olympics.”
“From the top of his fist emerged a tiny, slit-eyed, unmistakably duck-billed head.”
“As for secular music, it has always been viewed with slit-eyed suspicion by Puritans past and present, usually for reasons identical to those given by the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.”
“They were coming in from all parts of the Red Sands, and beyond, from as far as the Black Sands below Khiva, and Zarafshan and the Bokhara border - Uzbeks with their flat yellow faces and scalp-locks, lean, swarthy Tajiks and slit-eyed Mongols, terrible-looking folk with their long swords and bandy legs - until there must have been close on five thousand riders in that valley alone.”
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