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  • "Leu-Leu Atoll is sunk, Mr. Snow," he said to the anxious-faced young mate.

    A LITTLE ACCOUNTWITH SWITHIN HALL

  • I came to myself, in the ditch, in process of being hauled out by several anxious-faced girls.

    Chapter 4

  • The doors slammed behind them, and the street was deserted, though here and there front shades were drawn aside so that anxious-faced women might peer forth.

    CHAPTER IX

  • Jacob Welse saw Melton talking with an anxious-faced newcomer, and the satisfaction displayed by the Bonanzo king told that he had succeeded in filling his winter's cache.

    CHAPTER 6

  • It was with a great deal of relief-especially after she'd seen an anxious-faced woman with three small children clinging to her skirt watching every move he made'that she was able to disarm him and knock him flat on his rump without seriously injuring him.

    Oathblood

  • The flying body resolved itself into an anxious-faced young man, broad shouldered and sporting shoulder-length tumbling blond curls.

    Mourn Not Your Dead

  • The flying body resolved itself into an anxious-faced young man, broad shouldered and sporting shoulder-length tumbling blond curls.

    Mourn Not Your Dead

  • The flying body resolved itself into an anxious-faced young man, broad shouldered and sporting shoulder-length tumbling blond curls.

    Mourn Not Your Dead

  • She had the lid down when the door slid open and an anxious-faced Bralla came in.

    The Rowan

  • Qwilleran found the photo of anxious-faced men with, walrus moustaches, high collars, leather aprons, eyeshades, arm garters, and plastered hair parted in the middle.

    The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

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