1 This was a hearty, healthy, dapper, red-faced gentleman, with a shock of hair prematurely white, and a boisterous and decided manner.
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2 The moon shone upon him, and I could distinguish the dapper shape and jaunty walk of the naturalist.
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3 Holmes had sent on a wire, so that Lestrade, as wiry, as dapper, and as ferret-like as ever, was waiting for us at the station.
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4 A dapper little man, with a quick, alert manner and a waxed moustache, had just descended from a high dog-cart.
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5 It was like some strange caricature of the dapper James Wilder whom we had seen the night before.
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6 The founder of that great emporium proved to be a brisk, crisp little person, very dapper and quick, with a clear head and a ready tongue.
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7 But his dapper self-confidence seemed impenetrable to such hints, and she had a sense of something hard and self-contained behind the superficial warmth of his manner.
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8 He was a dapper little Irishman, very vain, homely as a monkey, with friends everywhere, and a sweetheart in every port, like a sailor.
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9 He was a dapper young fellow, with a light brown mustache and blue eyes, and a graceful figure.
10 Finally, the prisoner made it understood that his vocabulary was inadequate, and there stepped up a dapper young man with waxed mustaches, bidding him speak in any language he knew.