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1  Dead men's hands have kept it soft.
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2  My hands, however, are a spectacle for grief.
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3  Whereupon he leaned his head on his hands and wept.
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4  My hands bothered me a great deal, unused as they were to work.
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5  The rasping, scorching sands were a man's hard hands chafing my naked chest.
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6  His head was buried in his hands, and his shoulders were heaving convulsively as with sobs.
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7  I saw the young fellow's hands clench at the insult, and the blood crawl scarlet up his neck.
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8  Johansen," Wolf Larsen said briskly to the new mate, "keep all hands on deck now they're here.
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9  All hands were on deck now, and all eyes were aloft, where a human life was at grapples with death.
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10  I threw up my hands with helpless disapproval of his inveterate materialism and went about making the bed.
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11  Then the long, black side of the vessel began slipping past, so near that I could have touched it with my hands.
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12  I left Mr. Mugridge on deck, in the hands of a couple of grinning sailors who had been told off for the purpose.
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13  I confess that a madness seized me, that I shrieked aloud as the women had shrieked, and beat the water with my numb hands.
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14  I had brought the customary liquor glasses, but Wolf Larsen frowned, shook his head, and signalled with his hands for me to bring the tumblers.
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15  A quick effort brought his hands up to the halyards again; but he was a long time regaining his former position, where he hung, a pitiable object.
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16  It was a slight uphill climb, for the foresail peaked high; and the halyards, running through various blocks on the gaff and mast, gave him separate holds for hands and feet.
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17  If they will only hold their hands until the season is over, he promises them a royal carnival, when all grudges can be settled and the survivors may toss the non-survivors overboard and arrange a story as to how the missing men were lost at sea.
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