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“TELL ME,” said Liir as they stood outside the sentry gate, screwing up their courage, “how do you mesmerize a dragon?”
Into the dining room she went, virtually limping with fatigue, screwing up her face with distaste at the diners being shown to their tables.
'If you could black out that absurd Victorian monstrosity,' he said, screwing up his eyes, 'this would make a very good Swan Lake, with you, Gina, as the Swan Maiden.
Now, as all the Somebodies were there, we would not like to have you suppose, dear reader, that we were not, although perhaps you did not see us, with our little squeezed-up hat slipping off our head, and we screwing up our eyebrows to keep it on.
Bob Goulet took quite a hit for screwing up the words one time.