1 Again, in its turn, the road ceased to interest him, and he began to close his eyes and to loll his head against the cushions.
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2 In the doorway appeared Ashley, white faced, his head lolling, his bright hair tousled, his long body wrapped from neck to knees in Rhett's black cape.
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3 When Magua reached the cluster of lolling savages, who, gorged with their disgusting meal, lay stretched on the earth in brutal indulgence, he commenced speaking with the dignity of an Indian chief.
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4 A cigar's all very well,' put in Sitnikov, who by now was lolling in an armchair, his legs in the air; 'but give us some lunch.
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5 Prince Hippolyte was lolling in a lounge chair with his legs over its arm.
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6 Even Clifford's cool and contactless assurance that he belonged to the ruling class didn't prevent his tongue lolling out of his mouth, as he panted after the bitch-goddess.
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7 Now Sears, whom we met next lolling under the chubby oak-trees, was of quite different fibre.
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8 As he said this Prince Andrew was less than ever like that Bolkonski who had lolled in Anna Pavlovna's easy chairs and with half-closed eyes had uttered French phrases between his teeth.
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9 The Russian officer in charge of the transport lolled back in the front cart, shouting and scolding a soldier with coarse abuse.
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10 When breakfast was ready we lolled on the grass and eat it smoking hot.
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