1 Maccabees

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an Apocryphal book describing the life of Judas Maccabaeus

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She didn't start; only her other hand flew to the edges of the fur coat, gripping them together over her breast.
She didn't move at all; her fingers still clutched the fur coat.
In one place a bit of the fur coat touched my cheek softly, but no forgiving hand came to rest on my bowed head.
he said, unfastening the kerchief with which he had tied the collar of his fur coat at the village.
He has been shopping too, and has sent home such a wonderful lot of fur coats and wraps, and all sorts of warm things.
Despite the almost aggressive touch of luxury in the fur coat, it soon became apparent that Sir Walter's large leonine head was for use as well as ornament, and he considered the matter soberly and sanely enough.
As he stepped out of the door a gale lifted his heavy fur coat about his shoulders.
After announcing this determination, the honourable gentleman grew jocular; and as patent boots, lemon-coloured kid gloves, and a fur coat collar, assist jokes materially, there was immense laughter and much cheering, and moreover such a brilliant display of ladies' pocket-handkerchiefs, as threw the grievous gentleman quite into the shade.
Well, never mind, I will do without it,' cried little Hans, and he took down his great fur coat, and his warm scarlet cap, and tied a muffler round his throat, and started off.
But no sooner did he touch the clothes than a gold watch slipped from under the fur coat.
The hall and the library struck Minora most; indeed, she lingered so long after dinner in the hall, which is cold, that the Man of Wrath put on his fur coat by way of a gentle hint.
Lights fell on the pavement where men in expensive fur coats, with here and there the elegant figure of a woman, walked with an air of leisure.
Raffles wished him good-morning, as well he might; for he had been upstairs to wash his face and hands; and in the prize-fighter's great hat and fur coat he might have marched round Scotland Yard itself, in spite of his having the gold brick from Sacramento in one pocket, the silver statuette of Maguire in the other, and round his waist the jewelled belt presented to that worthy by the State of Nevada.
We were saying--Henry and I were just having the fiercest argument, my point being--" Seizing his fur coat from a footman, she offered to help him on.
In the car, sprawling upon a sort of bed-bench, in an attitude of elaborate self-abandonment, was a large, blond lady, wearing a fur coat and a big floriferous hat.