1 As he had ceased to intercept Marius' visual ray, Marius could examine this thing, and in the daub, he actually did recognize a battle, a background of smoke, and a man carrying another man.
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2 An artist friend fitted her out with his castoff palettes, brushes, and colors, and she daubed away, producing pastoral and marine views such as were never seen on land or sea.
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3 But before this, they had daubed my face and both my hands with a sort of ointment, very pleasant to the smell, which, in a few minutes, removed all the smart of their arrows.
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4 The projector of this cell was the most ancient student of the academy; his face and beard were of a pale yellow; his hands and clothes daubed over with filth.
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5 The squatty log chicken house was clay daubed against rats, weasels and clean with whitewash, and so was the log stable.
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6 She seized the rouge sponge, daubed her cheeks, scratched at her lips with the vermilion pencil until they stung, tore open her collar.
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7 And the audience turning saw the flaming windows, each daubed with golden sun; and murmured: "Home, gentlemen; sweet."
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8 This paste in the tin is no doubt the luminous mixture with which the creature was daubed.
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9 He waited until the sky was daubed with black, before he showed himself.
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10 The wall, which was daubed with an ochre yellow wash, was scaling off in large flakes.
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11 However, he was not to be discouraged; he daubed his face over brown and black; pulled his cap over his ears, and knocked at the door.
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12 The elder woman grew pale beneath the coarse powder that daubed her cheeks, and her dry lips twitched with a spasm of pain.
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13 Now he suddenly saw those badly daubed pictures in clear daylight and without a glass.
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14 "I think I may aspire to that honor," said Danglars with a smile, which reminded Monte Cristo of the sickly moons which bad artists are so fond of daubing into their pictures of ruins.
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15 When the frog was got in, it hopped at once half the length of the boat, and then over my head, backward and forward, daubing my face and clothes with its odious slime.
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