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“He whistled softly through his teeth and a wide-browed bay horse put its head put, blowing through its nostrils.”
“Him mighty Heracles slew in sea-girt Erythea by his shambling oxen on that day when he drove the wide-browed oxen to holy Tiryns, and had crossed the ford of Ocean and killed Orthus and Eurytion the herdsman in the dim stead out beyond glorious”
“But a mortal man noticed him as he drove the wide-browed kine straight towards Pylos.”
“She saw that a boy of four or five was staring at her from the hall, a boy in gingham shirt and faded corduroy trousers, but large-eyed, firm-mouthed, wide-browed.”
“She had an intelligent face, delicate but wide-browed.”
“A long, spare, wide-browed face, with a fine scimitar of a nose and a supple bow of a mouth, and the fierce, fearless, golden eyes of a hawk.”
“A long, spare, wide-browed face with a fine scimitar of a nose and a supple bow of a mouth, and the dilated, fearless golden eyes of a hawk.”
“She had a large-boned, classic face—wide-browed, strong-jawed—and large, well-spaced brown eyes, and a slender neck.”
“When it lighted, the chief gem-buyer's wide-browed, narrow chinned face looked out of it.”
“He was a kingly beast, white spatchcocked with brown; thick-barrelled, short-legged, wide-browed, and, like all his breed, very long-horned.”
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