1 Her thick blond hair, which was inclined to wave, and which easily uncoiled, and which it was necessary to fasten up incessantly, seemed made for the flight of Galatea under the willows.
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2 But fear nothing, Miss, I fasten the shutters up like prisons.
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3 "And fasten it," continued Brujon.
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4 "Remain here, fasten the door inside, and open it to nobody unless you hear three taps like this;" and he tapped thrice--two taps close together and pretty hard, the other after an interval, and lighter.
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5 Athos took advantage of this moment to tell his two companions to fasten the door inside, and to make them a sign to come and listen with him.
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6 It had twelve beautifully made brooch pins of pure gold with which to fasten it.
7 Mrs. Fairfax stayed behind a moment to fasten the trap-door; I, by drift of groping, found the outlet from the attic, and proceeded to descend the narrow garret staircase.
8 You had better change your frock now; I will go with you and fasten it.
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9 I wanted to see the invisible thing on which, as we went along, he appeared to fasten a glance fierce and fell.
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10 Lower and lower went her head as the lips went below the range of my mouth and chin and seemed about to fasten on my throat.
11 This we shall fasten, for when it is there none can emerge; so at least says the superstition.
12 We had plates that would do, but nothing to fasten them with.
13 Then the girl's interest began to fasten itself upon the work and she forgot everything else.
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14 THE harder Tom tried to fasten his mind on his book, the more his ideas wandered.
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15 All round, her unpanelled, open bulwarks were garnished like one continuous jaw, with the long sharp teeth of the sperm whale, inserted there for pins, to fasten her old hempen thews and tendons to.
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