1 Connie looked up at him at last.
2 He looked over the melancholy park.
3 Look at the way you are shut up here.
4 Now he blushed and looked uncomfortable.
5 They all looked at him as if the ass had spoken.
6 Look here, you and I, we're made for one another.
7 He looked like a free soldier rather than a servant.
8 The spaniel looked at him and faintly moved its tail.
9 He looked at her steadily, with his full, pale-blue eyes.
10 Then he looked up at her with that awful appeal in his full, glowing eyes.
11 And afterwards looked rather as if they had lost a shilling and found sixpence.
12 Connie had stood and looked, it was a breach in the pure seclusion of the wood.
13 Look here, my dear child'--and Lady Bennerley laid her thin hand on Connie's arm.
14 He looked up at her with the full glance that saw everything, registered everything.
15 As she stood holding it, the two men looked at her in passing, Clifford critically, the other man with a curious, cool wonder; impersonally wanting to see what she looked like.
16 Nevertheless he was just as carefully dressed as ever, by his expensive tailors, and he wore the careful Bond Street neckties just as before, and from the top he looked just as smart and impressive as ever.
17 As a matter of fact,' said the lean and freckled Tommy Dukes, who looked much more Irish than May, who was pale and rather fat: 'As a matter of fact, Hammond, you have a strong property instinct, and a strong will to self-assertion, and you want success.
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