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“I ask Aunt Shirley as I lean down to kiss her tear-streaked cheek.”
“Within the last few years the Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation has also acquired the archive of another Life magazine photographer, Edward Clark , whose most famous image is that of the tear-streaked face of Graham Jackson , a Navy accordion player, taken as FDR's hearse passed on the way to the train station in Warm Springs, Ga.”
“He loosened his hold on her and tucked a finger under her chin, lifting up her tear-streaked face.”
“I got to my feet as Katy raised a tear-streaked face to me.”
“Very slowly it came to her then, and she clutched Ash, there in the grass of their lawn, in bright one o' clock light, and looked into his tear-streaked face and understood.”
“Looking up into the stands, I found my mom and she was tear-streaked, too.”
“So she shoved her braids out of her tear-streaked face and kicked it again.”
“After two members of Team X-Tina were eliminated, Carson went over to a tear-streaked Christina and said "Great!" several times.”
“He looked down at me, into my tear-streaked face; he helped me up, and stroked the scales on my arm soon as I was on my feet.”
“I see his tear-streaked faced pleading with me, just hours ago in this same room, to come with him to London, and I know this is too much and I've gone too far.”
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