1 His hat was gone, his crisp long hair was tumbled in a white mane, his cravat was under one ear, and there were liquor stains down his shirt bosom.
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2 She was remembering the vital, virile old man with his mane of crisp white hair, his bellowing cheerfulness, his stamping boots, his clumsy jokes, his generosity.
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3 The result was a small brown and white Shetland pony with a long silky mane and tail and a tiny sidesaddle with silver trimmings.
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4 The flashing cascade of his mane, the curving comet of his tail, invested him with housings more resplendent than gold and silver-beaters could have furnished him.
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5 In those moments, the torn, enraged waves he shakes off, seem his mane; in some cases, this breaching is his act of defiance.
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6 He was escaping with his prize when a young girl rushed from the house and grabbed the animal's mane.
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7 She took a place near the front and began flirting her white mane, hoping to draw attention to the red ribbons it was plaited with.
8 Without saying anything, she tugged gently at his mane and led him round to the end of the big barn, where the Seven Commandments were written.
9 A beauty, with a white face and a mane as black as night.
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10 He was, indeed, a weird figure as he turned his white mane and his glowing eyes towards us.
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11 Rostov lifted his head that had sunk almost to his horse's mane and pulled up beside the hussar.
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12 A judge of horses and a sportsman, he had lately procured himself a large, fine, mettlesome, Donets horse, dun-colored, with light mane and tail, and when he rode it no one could outgallop him.
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13 A little behind, on a poor, small, lean Kirghiz mount with an enormous tail and mane and a bleeding mouth, rode a young officer in a blue French overcoat.
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14 The barricade once scaled had a mane of lightning flashes.
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15 Aramis, wounded as he was, seized the mane of his horse, which carried him on with the others.
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