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  • Once again the tie snake fixes his slit-eyed gaze on mine.

    Fire The Sky

  • 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.

    61 arrested over banned Paris Muslim veil protest

  • 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.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • 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.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • A slit-eyed, misshapen face, the beaten face of a boxer, stares back at him.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • 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.

    PEARL BUCK IN CHINA

  • Posted in Argentina's footballers photographed making 'slit-eyed' gesture, beijing olympics.

    Offensive, Or Just Silly? « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • From the top of his fist emerged a tiny, slit-eyed, unmistakably duck-billed head.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Subterranean Bundle November 2007 - William Schafer

  • 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.

    Please Omit Music (or Else)

  • 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.

    The Sky Writer

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