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The Friar, also, tucked his robes more about him, showing a great, stout arm on which the muscles stood out like humps of an aged tree.
She clicked her teeth (Karay no longer had her by the throat), leaped with a movement of her hind legs out of the gully, and having disengaged herself from the dogs, with tail tucked in again, went forward.
I went softly down to the kitchen which, tucked away so snugly underground, always seemed to me the heart and centre of the house.
he asked, as he tucked the old lap robe cosily over their feet.
He tucked the lap robe round us, too," continued Emma Jane, in an ecstasy of reminiscence.
So she tucked it away under her arm, that it might not escape again, and went back for a little more conversation with her friend.
Words fail a fantastic am so proud and Jaydon, simply a coach the Jaydon also did a fantastic job, performing an extremely difficult first pass of round off, whip, double somersault, four whips and a superb tucked triple back somersault
However, there are guidelines to pull off such casualness successfully, the most important being, if your shirt is not tucked in, it should fall just to the middle of your pant's zipper in length.
The guideline reminds us that when a patient's arms are tucked tightly at his or her side with sheets, it may add unnecessary pressure on the tucked arms and lead to tissue injury and ischemia.