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  • So Klara turned head to foot, and put her most unmentionable part down on his hard-breathing nose and mouth, and took his old battering ram into her lips.

    Bad Sex in Fiction Award - Norman Mailer

  • Check to make sure the elevator is working before taking a room above the primero piso (2nd floor), 'cause otherwise it means a hard-breathing hike up the stairs (at 8,100 feet).

    Cheap Clean Hotels in Zacatecas

  • Back and forth, back and forth, from the straw-men at this end of the pasture to the straw-man at the other, till his rump grew tired with sitting and Jiro was lathered and hard-breathing.


  • The girl was drenched in sweat now; and reeled back as Jiro came close with his shoulder, reeled back and darted opposite to Jiro's right-hand cornering, shot straight for the fence; but Shoka put his heels to Jiro and Jiro stretched out in a run, cut between her and the fence, hard-breathing and snorting as he turned.


  • It was heavy work, hard-breathing work, and his mind being set on it, he forgot the time.

    The Growth of the Soil

  • A hard-breathing, featureless shadow in the dark beneath the trees, he grabbed her again before she could wriggle away.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • It was difficult not to admire the continuous flow of invisible communication between the hard-breathing horse and the man on its back.

    The Glory Game

  • Long, long after, when we were both satiated into a hard-breathing stupor, she did turn it out, kneeling on my chest to reach the switch, then collapsing on me in an exaggerated torpor.

    The Luxembourg Run

  • It was a hard-breathing affair, with each contestant trying to damage the other, and after a series of blows which seemed to be about even, the older man struck one that gave him an advantage which he was eager to follow up.


  • So Nellie thought, the tears drying on her cheeks, leaning forward to watch the twitching, purpled face of the hard-breathing child.

    The Workingman's Paradise An Australian Labour Novel


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