1 She took his arm, but she did not lean upon it.
2 Then she leaned her head down on the mantelpiece.
3 She leaned draggingly upon his arm as they walked.
4 She leaned her head upon her hand to shade her eyes from the light.
5 They were leaning toward each other as the wateroaks bent from the sea.
6 They stopped, leaning over a jagged fence made of sea-drift, to ask for water.
7 When he leaned forward and kissed her, she clasped his head, holding his lips to hers.
8 She soon came back and sat on the edge of the bed, leaning her head down on the pillow.
9 The Pontelliers and Ratignolles walked ahead; the women leaning upon the arms of their husbands.
10 He leaned upon the lounge with an arm extended across her, while the other hand still rested upon her hair.
11 She looked up in his face, leaning on his arm beneath the encircling shadow of the umbrella which he had lifted.
12 She was still stunned and speechless with emotion when later she leaned over her friend to kiss her and softly say good-by.
13 "I returned day before yesterday," he answered, while he leaned his arm on the keys, bringing forth a crash of discordant sound.
14 Yes, yes; she seems quite well," said Mr. Pontellier, leaning forward and whirling his stick between his two hands; "but she doesn't act well.
15 Robert was there, seated as he had been the Sunday before, and Mrs. Pontellier also occupied her former position on the upper step, leaning listlessly against the post.
16 When they reached the cottage, the two seated themselves with some appearance of fatigue upon the upper step of the porch, facing each other, each leaning against a supporting post.
17 There was something in her attitude, in her whole appearance when she leaned her head against the high-backed chair and spread her arms, which suggested the regal woman, the one who rules, who looks on, who stands alone.
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