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1  Their triple glare was paralyzing.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
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2  She glared, while he uneasily petitioned, "That's great stuff."
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3  She glared back, defending her own, daring the world not to appreciate them.
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4  The white temple of the Farmers' Bank was elbowed back by a grocery of glaring yellow brick.
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5  The righteous widow glared, banged into the house, came out poking at her bonnet, marched away.
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6  Here was no glaring new house with a proud phonograph, but a low whitewashed kitchen smelling of cream and cabbage.
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7  Beyond the turrets of the outer wall the jungle glared and shrieked, and the sun was furious above drenched orchids.
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8  The telegraph wires thrummed, thrummed, thrummed above them; the rails were glaring hard lines; the goldenrod smelled dusty.
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9  While she waited for Kennicott in the car, before a farmhouse, the seat burned her fingers and her head ached with the glare on fenders and hood.
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10  At half-past three no one had come, and the grocery boy reluctantly got out, cranked his Ford, glared at them in a disillusioned manner, and rattled away.
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11  She ran back into the huddle of streets, all the while protesting that she wanted a city's yellow glare of shop-windows and restaurants, or the primitive forest with hooded furs and a rifle, or a barnyard warm and steamy, noisy with hens and cattle, certainly not these dun houses, these yards choked with winter ash-piles, these roads of dirty snow and clotted frozen mud.
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