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“But it's well worth making the effort to walk to, if only to check out its famous slit-like arch and some remarkable natural stone sculptures, including the Diamond Horse – an equine-shaped formation through which sunlight shines with a jewel-like glint.”
“An abnormality of the urethra in which the urethral valves (small leaflets of tissue) have a narrow, slit-like opening that partially or completely blocks urine outflow.”
“Most poisonous snakes—including rattlesnakes, copperheads, and water moccasins—have slit-like eyes.”
“Coral snakes are a poisonous snake without slit-like eyes.”
“A faint light shone through slit-like windows, changing darkness into gloom, and little more than vaguely hinting at the Prophet's bed-sheet.”
“Although you can't tell by these screen caps, French actress Jacqueline Pierreux had in real life one of those seemingly immobile masks of a face, characterized by a small, tense mouth and slit-like eyes that made her look mean, stingy and unforgiving.”
“A small door reinforced with bands of iron was set into the right-hand gate, with a slit-like peephole cut just above the level of Mai's head.”
“The end I had come in at was quite above ground, and was lit by rare slit-like windows.”
“Or in some narrow pathway, glancing with a transitory daring into the eyes of some lithe, white-swathed female figure, I would suddenly see (with a spasmodic revulsion) that she had slit-like pupils, or glancing down note the curving nail with which she held her shapeless wrap about her.”
“Her face, too, had increased in shapelessness, the features being blurred in the fat mass; her blue eyes were more slit-like than before; and, to cap everything, her fine skin had absolutely no chance, so bespattered was it with freckles.”
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