1 As he moved about the small rooms she realized that he had had his new tan shoes polished to a brassy luster.
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2 The luster faded from their eyes.
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3 The hospitable Americans had invited every acquaintance they had in Nice, and having no prejudice against titles, secured a few to add luster to their Christmas ball.
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4 The moon had lost all of its luster, and was like a white cloud in the sky.
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5 The luster of inquiring glance faded swiftly into vacant glassiness.
6 At the same time the fever, which for an instant abandoned her, returned to give luster to her eyes, color to her cheeks, and vermillion to her lips.
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7 Inside the church both lusters were already lighted, and all the candles before the holy pictures.
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