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  • It also marked the introduction of Dr. Audra Kitson, a seemingly open-minded, open-eared obstetrician, in a recurring guest role for Alanis Morissette Dogma, movie theaters.

    Weeds Session: Is Episode “Van Nuys” the Nice Calm Before Another Botwin Storm? Monday’s Episode is Set Six Months Later | /Film

  • Sleepy Sun is yet another example of how music from another time can reach across generations and live in spirit through anyone open-eared and talented enough to play it.

    Buzzine » Sleepy Sun

  • It was a typical example of open-eared curiosity, at the end of which Ross snuck into a concert in the Temple of Heaven in Beijing:

    The 'Mash of Myriad Sounds'

  • The people everywhere were open-eyed, open-eared, and open-mouthed in their welcome and eagerness to hear them.

    My Memories of Eighty Years

  • At that short distance from our open-eared and alert rebellious fellow-citizens, we could not beat a precipitate retreat, or an orderly one, without disclosing our presence; and that fact once known to this body of armed men meant almost certain death, or worse, to be taken prisoners by this half-savage band.

    Bamboo Tales

  • If they would but sit upon her wide veranda in spring or autumn, or before her big open fireplace in winter and "just talk," she would be as open-eyed and open-eared as you pleased.

    Bertram Cope's Year

  • And among the captives of Naples, on the brilliant morning in question in the early spring of the year 1871, open-eared and open-eyed to its manifest and manifold incongruities, relishing alike the superficial beauty and underlying bestiality of it, was very certainly Helen de

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • I was, I remember, listening open-eared to all these wonders, for I was young at the time, and this story of an ancient civilisation and of the treasures which those old Jewish or Phoenician adventurers used to extract from a country long since lapsed into the darkest barbarism took a great hold upon my imagination, when suddenly he said to me,

    King Solomon's Mines

  • Slowly and more slowly did the lieutenant saunter, open-eared, toward the scene of revelry.

    A Wounded Name

  • Wide-mouthed and open-eared, they heard the sights of the metropolis thundered forth to their eyes.

    The Four Million

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