gray eye


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gray eye

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Already the thrusts were less fierce, the foot less ready, although there was no abatement of the spirit in the steady gray eyes.
The lawyer's gray eyes tried not to laugh, but they were dancing with irrepressible glee, and Alexey Alexandrovitch saw that it was not simply the delight of a man who has just got a profitable job: there was triumph and joy, there was a gleam like the malignant gleam he saw in his wife's eyes.
The light of rage flared suddenly in the gray eyes as the ape-man dropped lower among the branches until he moved almost directly above the unconscious Werper.
The fingers at his throat relaxed, a puzzled, far-away expression softened the gray eyes.
The slender girth of the belt told its feminine story, and he remembered the whale-boat of the day before and the gray eyes that flashed beneath the level brows.
Crept--always she crept, about the house, from weary bed to weary chair and back again through long days and weeks of torment, never complaining, though her unfailing smile was twisted with pain, and the wise gray eyes, still wise and gray, were grown unutterably larger and profoundly deep.
They will certainly be misled," Letton agreed, his eerie gray eyes blazing out from the voluminous folds of the huge Mueller with which he was swathing his neck to the ears.
Upon this, another chieftain, called Gray Eyes, made a speech, and declared that they could readily supply Mr.
He was a tall, handsome man, and when he drew himself to his full height and turned those gray eyes on the victim of his wrath, as he did that day, he was very imposing.
Gray eye shadow is also a hit this season -- the new black, if you will- for the fall season.
We gave Sam wavy hair and a widow's peak and a gray eye and a burn (prosthetic) on the side of his face.
For Krishnan, Bueno used mauve-ish metallic gray eye shadow, black eyeliner and tapered false lashes.