1 But now the Confederate ports were stoppered with Yankee gunboats, only a trickle of blockade-run goods was slipping in from Europe, and the South was desperately trying to manufacture her own war materials.
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2 The wooden awnings cut off most of the winter daylight and the interior was dim and dingy, only a trickle of light coming in through the small fly-specked windows high up on the side walls.
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3 Kennicott appeared at the inner door, ushering out a bleached man with a trickle of wan beard, and consoling him, "All right, Dad."
4 These simple words uttered by an old woman led by a child made the perspiration trickle down his limbs.
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5 He was obliged to pause many times while dressing himself; merely putting his arms through his waistcoat made the perspiration trickle from his forehead.
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6 He found pleasure in feeling the water trickle over his burning brow and over his body, agitated by feverish shudders.
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7 Strings of dusty niggers with splay feet arrived and departed; a stream of manufactured goods, rubbishy cottons, beads, and brass-wire set into the depths of darkness, and in return came a precious trickle of ivory.
8 Something began to trickle on the floor.
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9 A stream of blood began to trickle down his white trousers.
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10 He felt the tears trickle under his spectacles and hoped they would not be noticed.
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11 As he turned aside his face a minute, I saw a tear slide from under the sealed eyelid, and trickle down the manly cheek.
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12 Once I fell headlong and cut my face; I lost no time in stanching the blood, but jumped up and ran on, with a warm trickle down my cheek and chin.
13 For from the first tree whose roots are rent away and broken from the ground, drops of black blood trickle, and gore stains the earth.
14 A thin stream of blood had trickled out of his mouth.
15 They trickled down her cheeks as if they were her own tears.
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