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a drop of dew

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Mary thought his black dewdrop eyes gazed at her with great curiosity.
In the morning when he awoke, he began to search over hill and dale for this pretty flower; and eight long days he sought for it in vain: but on the ninth day, early in the morning, he found the beautiful purple flower; and in the middle of it was a large dewdrop, as big as a costly pearl.
I don't know where she was going, but we saw her run, such a little, little creature in her womanly bonnet and apron, through a covered way at the bottom of the court and melt into the city's strife and sound like a dewdrop in an ocean.
Grantly melt, literally melt, like a dewdrop in the sun.
The butterfly shakes her little head, sending tiny dewdrops flying.
And because the air temperature was above freezing, they were gently melting, leaving all three of us with nasal dewdrops.
With a nod to the real world, Gouthro added random tiny surface droplets on leaves to simulate dewdrops.
com)-- One of the most popular digital greeting apps available today, Dewdrops greetings has been given a big revamp by its developers Mobatia.
High-speed video taken by Duke engineer Chuan-Hua Chen and his team shows that dewdrops on a cicada's wings coalesce and automatically "jump" off of the water-repellant surface of the cicada's wing.
Washington, Jan 12 ( ANI ): Dewdrops inspired poet Rabindranath Tagore to write, "Let your life lightly dance on the edges of time like dew on the tip of a leaf.
The gecko waits for dewdrops to form on its eyeballs, then-SLURP
Blinking awake, you eagerly refresh yourself from pure, new dewdrops, sweet and sparkling in the rosy light of dawn, reflecting back at you your blissful liberation.
He used to spend a long time on a single leaf, trying to catch its shape, and its sheen, and the glistening of dewdrops on its edges.
True I have to keep my ear hair neatly trimmed and dewdrops are a constant problem in winter, but the waterworks are functioning perfectly.
Furry buds on trees are a fixture at this time of the year, and Monica's shot is lifted above the ordinary with the delicate dewdrops on the fur and a wide-open lens putting the background well out of focus.