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“It was awful," Saxon said, then laughed well-simulated appreciation.”
“Nor was it many days before she perceived with a well-simulated surprise that the virile Albert was smouldering.”
“His face shining with well-simulated righteous wrath, Padrik forced the demon to its knees, and with a tremendous shout, wrestled the staff out of its hands and struck it across the head!”
“To her right, as she peered with well-simulated interest at Anacyclus Depressus, Cotoneaster Frigida Prostate, Leontopodium Alpinum and the rest of the fifty-nine species which the rock-garden had on display, were palm trees and an Australian tree fern, while in the opposite direction was a group of northern pines.”
“There followed loud screams, a genuine or else a well-simulated fit of hysterics, with a moan from the sad lady visitor, whom Maigret had forgotten.”
“Paul Mitchell was leaning on a farm gate set back in the thickness of the hedge, waiting for him with well-simulated patience.”
“Cicely, with well-simulated astonishment, appeared to notice him for the first time.”
“The Senator, with a well-simulated scowl, at once opened them both.”
“Easelmann looked over his friend's shoulder with well-simulated astonishment.”
“This repetition of the stock jest, with well-simulated terror, as it seemed to the merry-makers, drew shouts of laughter; but the echoes of the laugh were drowned in the roar of a deluge.”
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