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  • It was a twisted and stunted and nameless piece of life that shambled like a sickly ape, arms loose-hanging, stoop-shouldered, narrow-chested, grotesque and terrible.

    THE APOSTATE: written by Jack London

  • She noticed that the hand he waved was covered with fresh abrasions, in the process of healing, and a glance at the other loose-hanging hand showed it to be in the same condition.

    Chapter 1

  • It was a twisted and stunted and nameless piece of life that shambled like a sickly ape, arms loose-hanging, stoop-shouldered, narrow-chested, grotesque and terrible.

    THE APOSTATE

  • The blue light shone on their chapped, loose-hanging lips.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • The blue light shone on their chapped, loose-hanging lips.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • It was a twisted and stunted and nameless piece of life that shambled like a sickly ape, arms loose-hanging, stoop-shouldered, narrow-chested, grotesque and terrible.

    “I ain't never goin' to work again. . . . I'm plum tired out.”

  • And I don't know how successful such a class, however loose-hanging, would be, but I think it would be worth a try.

    And if you're not

  • They were, frankly, lucky to get an R rating for their film, a loose-hanging collection of intersecting plotlines portrayed by an ensemble of little-known but interesting actors, whose stories are seen entirely from the perspective of surveillance cameras in ATM machines, high-school parking lots, a department store stockroom, etc.

    I Spy

  • The house on the far side of the barn was empty; somehow he could tell this from its loose-hanging shutters and broken window beside the front door.

    Blue Nude

  • Their clothes were faded and loose-hanging, their jackets old, their general make-up shabby.

    Sister Carrie

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