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1  But the quick eye of Wolf Larsen caught him.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER VI
2  We were both very tired when we knocked off for supper, and we had done good work, too, though to the eye it appeared insignificant.
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3  I took a fresh hold on my bedclothes and was preparing to start on, when some movement caught my eye and I looked astern to the rail.
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4  There was an angry gleam in the hunter's eye, but he turned on his heel and entered the steerage companion-way, where he remained, looking upward.
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5  I noticed a black discoloration, still faintly visible, under Johansen's eye, a mark of the thrashing he had received a few nights before from the sailor.
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6  Henderson seems the best of the hunters, a slow-going fellow, and hard to rouse; but roused he must have been, for Smoke had a bruised and discoloured eye, and looked particularly vicious when he came into the cabin for supper.
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7  And while the whole face was the incarnation of fierceness and strength, the primal melancholy from which he suffered seemed to greaten the lines of mouth and eye and brow, seemed to give a largeness and completeness which otherwise the face would have lacked.
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8  My mother and sisters were always about me, and I was always trying to escape them; for they worried me to distraction with their solicitude for my health and with their periodic inroads on my den, when my orderly confusion, upon which I prided myself, was turned into worse confusion and less order, though it looked neat enough to the eye.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XIV