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  • I take a good look at the rising sun, turn to Bobby, and ask, How do you say D-bol in Italian?


  • She turned slowly, as if she wanted the cacklers to get a good look at what they were laughing at.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • Have you ever gotten a real good look at Rephaim? she asked slyly.

    The After Wife

  • But she returned so quickly that Kinseth knew they would have been caught—and possibly punished—before they would have had a chance to get a good look at them.


  • Lewin and Pennefather both had a good look with then - binoculars and decided that what looked a warship's fighting top was in fact a plume of black smoke.

    Graf Spee

  • When the vics emerged it was after dark, so Tino and Rat got no good look at either.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Dr. Gold wants to film me so I can take a good look at myself.


  • John flew over the spot he eventually bombed but elected to continue to the northern end of his route while lowering his fuel load to make his Thud lighter and more maneuvera-ble, and taking a good look at the entire route.

    Thud Ridge

  • The moonlight fell on his face, and as he grimaced in the wake of her air-horn-worthy blast, she got her first good look at him.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • "Well, now, big boy," drawls she, "let's have a real good look at yuh … my, Ah do declare Ah never …" And then she stopped, with something between a gasp and a cry, her knuckles flying to her veiled lips, starting back as I went for her with a lustful "Tally-ho!"

    Flashman and the angel of the lord


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