"Yes, daroga...I felt her tears flow on my forehead...on mine, mine!...They were soft...they were sweet!...They trickled under my mask...they mingled with my tears in my eyes...yes
...Then Christine kissed me, for the first time, herself, here, on the forehead--don't look, daroga!--here, on the forehead...on my forehead, mine--don't look, daroga!--and they went off together.
The expression in the forehead, which had so particularly attracted his notice, and which was now immovable, had deepened into one of pain and horror.
Perfectly still and silent, and not even fallen back in her chair, she sat under his hand, utterly insensible; with her eyes open and fixed upon him, and with that last expression looking as if it were carved or branded into her forehead. So close was her hold upon his arm, that he feared to detach himself lest he should hurt her; therefore he called out loudly for assistance without moving.
'Well, my dear child, perhaps not,' said Fanny, 'though it's most kind and most affectionate in you, you precious girl, to say so.' Here she dabbed her sister's forehead, and blew upon it a little.
'Now, don't argue with me about it, Amy,' said she, 'because I know better.' Feeling that she had been sharp again, she dabbed her sister's forehead again, and blew upon it again.
Fanny, quite punishing her own forehead with the vehement dabs she now began to give it, fitfully went on.
There, you little thing, I was only in fun,' dabbing her sister's forehead; 'but don't you be a silly puss, and don't you think flightily and eloquently about degenerate impossibilities.
In all masses across the country, priests in purple vestments - the color of penance -will mark the foreheads
of the faithful with a cross from blessed ashes with the reminder: "Thou art dust and unto dust thou shall return" (Genesis 3:19) and to "Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel" (Mark 1:15),
The report doesn't say if the cops held a lineup featuring Jonathan and four other guys with 'MISUNDERSTOOD' marked on their foreheads
with a Sharpie pen, but what the heck.
You're going to be walking around today, at work or on the street or whatever, and you're going to see people with some schmutz on their foreheads
. It will be jarring, and your first instinct, of course, will be to tell them that they have some schmutz on their foreheads
; secondarily, you may regret this person is not a close family member, making it inappropriate to grab him, lick the side of your thumb, and rub that schmutz off his forehead
Summary: NABATIEH: The town of Nabatieh commemorated Ashura Thursday, with many southerners practicing the bloodletting ritual of slicing their foreheads
, while others preferred to donate blood to health committees.