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“No!" the man screamed, then Bautista pushed the brand forward and the scream soared high and terrible.”
“Vera took some more shambling steps back; the scream that would not come was still reflected on her face—”
“For a moment Aya thought it was the wardens, but then she heard the scream of lifting fansthe car was designed to work outside the city, where wardens never went.”
“But, oh, the scream that went up from the others as we were leaving that hashery.”
“Instead of the scream of a fish-hawk scaring the fishes, is heard the whistle of the steam-engine, arousing a country to its progress.”
“The boys could not see what was going on in the camp, as a wagon intervened; but soon Billy heard the scream of a child as if in death-agony, and the simultaneous shriek of a woman.”
“The hovercars were closing fast, the scream of their lifting fans echoing across the wildthe inhumans had found her again.”
“Dimly — though louder than the scream — he heard … applause.”
“Caulkers 'mallets beat a steady tattoo to the scream of saws; pulleys groaned, windlasses shrieked.”
“Get between him and the female of his kind upon whom his mating instinct is bent, and see his eyes blaze like an angry cat's, hear in his throat the scream of wild stallions, and watch his fists clench like an orang-outan's.”
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Gestures, poses, and actions involving one or more hands touching the head or near the head. Also words and phrases that bring these to mind.
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