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  • Behind unlifted lids, a film unexpurgated from the memory of the past nine months unreeled itself.

    Five Stops on Line 2, Ch 1: Qalb elouz

  • It brought to mind the urban legend about horses 'lifted or unlifted legs signifying whether the rider was wounded, killed or passed through a battle without harm (one leg off the ground, wounded; two legs off the ground, died in battle; all four legs on the ground, survivor).

    Kroger report on Adams imminent, sources say (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Behind unlifted lids, a film unexpurgated from the memory of the past nine months unreeled itself.

    Five Stops on Line 2, Ch 1: Qalb elouz

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    drap - French Word-A-Day

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    drap - French Word-A-Day

  • It hurt; yes — more than if she had kept her mask unmoved, her hand unlifted.

    To Let

  • Again he accomplished the day's business with faithfulness to all details, but with the consciousness every hour of a perplexity unsolved -- a burden unlifted.

    The First Soprano

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