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“Then she blushed, and the juggler suddenly threw his knives, one-by-one, into the soft ground, where they quivered in sequence by a black gym bag and a hard guitar case from which the man picked out a blonde and warm-looking guitar.”
“The bottom part of it is solid red wool or some sort of warm-looking fabric, and the top is a white satiny material with little red heart-shaped polka dots all over it.”
“The sun sets: the air near has a peculiar transparency as of crystal; over the distance lies a soft, warm-looking haze; with the dew a crimson light is shed on the fields, lately plunged in floods of limpid gold; from trees and bushes and high stacks of hay run long shadows ....”
“Not a very warm-looking place, Castle Glendenning, Reilly noted, craning his neck as they passed beneath it.”
“But he stooped over one of the trunks, opened the lid, and came out after a brief rummaging with a new and warm-looking cloak.”
“The first room we came upon was a sitting room that had a fieldstone fireplace and warm-looking antique furniture—soft cushion chairs in hand-carved wood frames, a dark pine rocking chair, the seat of which was now covered with a white, cotton blanket, and a thick cushioned couch with pinewood end tables.”
“Though a chilly east wind had sprung up she remained as warm-looking, as smoothly sunburned as before, but he now realized that she was a tough baby of some thirty-nine summers.”
“But the fiery splendor of the dying day still painted the white crests of the mountains with a deceptively warm-looking rosy radiance.”
“Flanked by potted plants and framed by clean lace curtains, he was seated in the window of a warm-looking room: I wondered what his name was, for I was certain he had one now, certain he'd arrived somewhere he belonged.”
“Gertie looked through the door, past the rented ridge field to the hills, warm-looking and soft and kind in the yellow autumn sun after the frosty night.”
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