1 She looked down the road for him, the pain in her heart swelling up again.
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2 No, they fought for swelling acres, softly furrowed by the plow, for pastures green with stubby cropped grass, for lazy yellow rivers and white houses that were cool amid magnolias.
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3 The bubble of suspicion in her breast was swelling larger now.
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4 His big body with its hard swelling muscles looked soft and slack and his waist line began to thicken.
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5 Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood, Stand dressed in living green.
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6 The swelling lines of her figure had been hidden under the shapeless rags she wore in the fields.
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7 Below us we could see the windings of the river, and Black Hawk, grouped among its trees, and, beyond, the rolling country, swelling gently until it met the sky.
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8 It was a very obstinate sprain; the swelling would not go down, and the pain still continued.
9 The flushed countenance, angry eye and swelling figure of the scout, produced a sensation of secret awe in all that heard him.
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10 Upon his aching and swelling head the cold cloth was like a tender woman's hand.
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11 My swelling heart involuntarily pours itself out thus.
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12 She sang, and her voice flowed in a rich cadence, swelling or dying away like a nightingale of the woods.
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13 While the rain continued it had seemed like the murmur of their voices, rising and swelling a little, now and then, with gusts of emotion.
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14 The eloquent voice, on which the souls of the listening audience had been borne aloft as on the swelling waves of the sea, at length came to a pause.
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15 I apprehend, if you come to that,' said Mr. Creakle, with his veins swelling again bigger than ever, 'that you've been in a wrong position altogether, and mistook this for a charity school.
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