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  • Besides, we didn't need to because just as we were contemplating this, I saw Suleiman's white-sleeved arm push open a window on the second floor.

    Hisham Matar | Embedded or The Silent Countenance of Suleiman al Dewani

  • Cipriano sat behind her, his tunic removed, spreading his white-sleeved arms on the back of his seat.

    The Plumed Serpent

  • He looked wildly around at the exhausted mages trying to stumble to their feet, at the Wildrunners grabbing onto white-sleeved arms and dragging up those who could not rise.

    Dalamar the Dark

  • He was wearing a long white-sleeved shirt and white pants and white socks, but no shoes.


  • “Do sit down,” Kleph said again, waving a white-sleeved arm to­ward a chair by the window.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • There was a flash of a white-sleeved arm and the thump and jolt of a dagger driven strongly through flesh.

    The Yoke A Romance of the Days when the Lord Redeemed the Children of Israel from the Bondage of Egypt

  • At the conclusion of the breakfast and the subsequent chat, Mr. Webster asked for his hostess, to whom with great courtesy he expressed his sense of "the kindness extended to the stranger in a strange land," and, adieus being over, he approached the open door-way, and looked strangely annoyed at the sight of a double line of white-sleeved stalwart men who stood with bared heads awaiting his appearance.

    Lippincott's Magazine, August, 1885

  • The hand followed him, displaying glimpses now of a soft, white-sleeved arm.

    The Great Impersonation

  • The stands were half full and the bleachers packed with a white-sleeved mass.

    The Redheaded Outfield

  • And see -- over the lake, that still mirrored the evening red, a boat appeared moving towards the island, and two white-sleeved girls sat at the oars, singing as they rowed.

    The Great Hunger


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