1 The face she lifted to her dancers was the same which, when she saw him, always looked like a window that has caught the sunset.
2 She stopped short, and he felt, in the darkness, that her face was lifted quickly to his.
3 She stood just as Zeena had stood, a lifted lamp in her hand, against the black background of the kitchen.
4 The blackness lifted and light flooded Ethan's brain.
5 She lifted stricken eyes to him.
6 Then she recrossed the floor and lifted two of the geranium pots in her arms, moving them away from the cold window.
7 She was so small and weak-looking that it wrung his heart; but suddenly she lifted her head and looked straight at him.
8 Mattie lifted her hand with a quick gesture, and he heard his wife's step behind him.
9 If he lifted his eyes they rested on Zeena's pinched face, and the corners of her straight lips seemed to quiver away into a smile.
10 He backed his big red horse and then, putting spurs to his side, lifted him easily over the split rail fence into the soft field of Gerald O'Hara's plantation.
11 There would be no one at the barbecue who, by delicately lifted brows or out-thrust underlip, could interfere with her plan of action.
12 He said nothing but lifted her limp hand to his lips and kissed it.
13 And the infuriating way people lifted their eyebrows every time she did or said anything the least bit different from what every other young woman did and said.
14 His brown face was bland and his mouth, red lipped, clear cut as a woman's, frankly sensual, smiled carelessly as he lifted her into the carriage.
15 Everywhere, swarms of flies hovered over the men, crawling and buzzing in their faces, everywhere was blood, dirty bandages, groans, screamed curses of pain as stretcher bearers lifted men.