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“The side of Ready’s face was still wet and oozing, but the flow of blood seemed to have slowed.”
“Then he took the iron cask hoop and set it upon his own wheaten hair, which was still wet with rain.”
“Campion followed Marlowe into the tiny white-panelled room, where on the round table stood a large tin tray, on which was a suit of clothes still wet with sea water.”
“The sky was blue and warm as the skies of the South, the hard, straight line of the horizon was softened by a little smokelike haze, and the yellow leaves of the cottonwoods, still wet from the drenching rain, gleamed in the sunshine, and through the scant foliage the white bark glittered like polished silver.”
“Gazing up at him with her deeply kohled eyes flashing metallic, she clutched his shaft, still wet from her tongue.”
“And so, Joana," the major said with a sigh, "I must engage in a footrace when this set is done, and will doubtless be outstripped by some young lieutenant still wet behind the ears.”
“A snowy turban, from which hung on either temple a cluster of crimson camellias still wet with the night-dew; long raven curls of undisturbed grace falling on shoulders of that indescribable and dewy coolness which follows a morning bath. ”
“—Up and at ’em…remove yesterday’s thong, still wet and very fragrant, and seal them in bag for my good friend, RICHARD.”
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