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  • There was a tinge of grayness around his compressed mouth and the pinched-in tightness of his nose.

    Western Man

  • There was a tinge of grayness around his compressed mouth and the pinched-in tightness of his nose.

    Western Man

  • Margins for those providers will be pinched-in the short-term.

    Cloud Computing Is No Y2K Bonanza for IT Consulting Industry

  • His sharp dry cough, his short breathing, his profuse perspirations, more especially in the morning; the pinched-in nose, the hollow cheeks, of which the general pallour is only relieved by

    The Survivors of the Chancellor

  • Those were tie days of “Florodora” and of sextets, of pinched-in waists and blown-out sleeves, of almost bustles and absolute ballet skirts, but here, without doubt, disguised as she might be by the unaccustomed stiffness and old fashion of her costume, was a butterfly of butterflies.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

  • The deep, haunting blue of his eyes glistened with a contained wetness while his patrician, proud features had the pinched-in look of grief to them, feelings sucked in tight.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • The deep, haunting blue of his eyes glistened with a contained wetness while his patrician, proud features had the pinched-in look of grief to them, feelings sucked in tight.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • The deep, haunting blue of his eyes glistened with a contained wetness while his patrician, proud features had the pinched-in look of grief to them, feelings sucked in tight.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • The deep, haunting blue of his eyes glistened with a contained wetness while his patrician, proud features had the pinched-in look of grief to them, feelings sucked in tight.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • In his intrusive and impertinent green, pinched-in as to waist, and puffed-out as to trousers, his cheeks red with the cold, his brown eyes bright with eagerness, Ralph Witherspoon stood on the threshold.

    The Tin Soldier

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