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  • The dog did not live that could take a full-arm whip-slash without wince or flinch.

    CHAPTER XXXVI

  • His six-inch jolt is more the real sleep medicine than the full-arm swing of most geezers.

    Chapter I

  • Bailey looks back over his shoulder, gives me a full-arm finger point.

    Camo Girl

  • Bailey looks back over his shoulder, gives me a full-arm finger point.

    Camo Girl

  • Bailey looks back over his shoulder, gives me a full-arm finger point.

    Camo Girl

  • Bailey looks back over his shoulder, gives me a full-arm finger point.

    Camo Girl

  • This time I was sitting in a limousine and I was giving it the full-arm, wrist-twirl-side-to-side wave.

    Keep It Simple

  • This time I was sitting in a limousine and I was giving it the full-arm, wrist-twirl-side-to-side wave.

    Keep It Simple

  • This time I was sitting in a limousine and I was giving it the full-arm, wrist-twirl-side-to-side wave.

    Keep It Simple

  • He threw hard, in the exaggerated full-arm motion they had been taught, and although the range was long for such work-twenty feet at least, and in windy air - his aim was true.

    Wizard and Glass

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