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At first he made a wry face, but, one after another, the skins and the cores disappeared.
But Vronsky gazed at him exactly as he did at the lamp, and the young man made a wry face, feeling that he was losing his self-possession under the oppression of this refusal to recognize him as a person.
Nay, nay," began the Bishop with a wry face, "this is requiting me ill indeed.
He made a wry face and attempted to wash the taste away with coffee.
The playwright gave Mainhall a curious look out of his deep-set faded eyes and made a wry face.
To look at your wry face, one would think that our rescue from the Arctic regions was a downright misfortune.
Mr Dennis received this part of the scheme with a wry face, observing that as a general principle he objected to women altogether, as being unsafe and slippery persons on whom there was no calculating with any certainty, and who were never in the same mind for four-and-twenty hours at a stretch.
said Sally, making a wry face, as she stooped down and examined the
She glanced at the writing-table heaped with books, opened a volume of the "Contes Drolatiques," made a wry face over the archaic French, and sighed: "What learned things you read
Usanga made a wry face and tried to forget the extra dozen wives, but the lure of the idea remained and appealed so strongly to him that he presently found himself reasoning most logically that a god would not be much of a god with less than twenty-four wives.