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“A big, greenish, yellowish worm was crawling over his head, his tow-like hair whiter by contrast; upon his forehead great drops of perspiration.”
“And never an old woman on Naples quay would ask him for an alms but would get it, he thinking all the time of the old woman with the tow-like hair who abode in his house, his wife's mother.”
“He was part bald, with a few lank locks of tow-like hair, and a steep, narrow forehead.”
“The outer covering of each drupe is hard, the inner part tow-like; seed enveloped in a sort of fleshy white meat.”
“Pod full of short hairs, with more than 6 surrounded with a tow-like substance, reniform, with black spots.”
“The fruit is about the size and shape of a hen's egg, the husk tow-like or filamentose, the kernel pinkish or light red.”
“Fernande represented the handsome blonde; she was very tall, rather fat, and lazy; a country girl, who could not get rid of her freckles, and whose short, light, almost colorless, tow-like hair, like combed-out hemp, barely covered her head.”
“Externally it was as usual chiefly composed of the withered stems of the little asteraceous plant, interwoven with a few jhow-shoots (_Tamarix dioica_) and a little tow-like fibre of the putsan (_Hibiscus cannabinus_), while”
“The egg-cavity is, however, very regularly shaped, and neatly lined with very fine grass-stems and a little fine tow-like vegetable fibre.”
“The nest is a small, rather shallow cup, at most 3½ inches in diameter and 1½ in depth; is composed externally entirely of soft tow-like vegetable fibre, which appears to be worked over a light framework of fine roots and slender tamarisk-stems, amongst which, some little pieces of lichen are intermingled.”
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