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clutched her throat and sucked up the moisture in her mouth so that her tongue was dry and hard and stuck to the roof of her mouth and her teeth were clenched together in the rigid fixture of her jaws.
Her mouth, which had been so much in my thoughts, was warm and moist and tender.
His arms hung like empty shirt sleeves, and his mouth was slightly open.
The mouth was thin-lipped and wide, the long cleft in the upper lip like a slide.
She was so beautiful with her rosy mouth and haughty air that she had to be wicked.
He was seeing, somehow, the face of a young boy, the boy Simms Purdew must once have been, a boy with sorrel hair, and blue eyes dancing with gaiety, and the boy mouth grinning trustfully among the freckles.
But there was a look about her mouth as though she were tasting lemons.
Her voice was ripe and full and her teeth flashed again in Sicilian brilliance before the warm curved lips met and her mouth settled in repose.
He was tasting his mouth.
Big Hans began pouring whisky in the kid's mouth but his mouth filled without any getting down his throat and in a second it was dripping from his chin.
As Letch's antisocial conduct increased, our invitations decreased and my heart was in my mouth whenever I played hostess at a fashionable `` screenland '' gathering.
She was a living doll and no mistake -- the blue-black bang, the wide cheekbones, olive-flushed, that betrayed the Cherokee strain in her Midwestern lineage, and the mouth whose only fault, in the novelist's carping phrase, was that the lower lip was a trifle too voluptuous.
There were bilateral pterygia and arcus senilis, and the mouth was edentulous.
Half a mile below at the mouth of Salyer's Canyon was an old ranch that the company had purchased from A. J. Armstrong, occupied by a Mexican, his wife, and an old trapper.
When late in the summer the full extent of the damage was assessed, all but fifty of the Scots, Swiss and metis moved up the Red to the mouth of the Pembina river.
In September 1822 two companies of infantry arrived at the mouth of the St. Peter's River, the head of navigation on the Mississippi, and began construction of Fort St. Anthony which, upon completion, was renamed in honor of its commander, Colonel Josiah Snelling.
Saliva gathered in the mouth after a night's sleep was considered poisonous ; ;
She was standing on a flat rock three feet above ground and when she saw him she rose to full height and roared, opening her mouth wide, lashing her tail, and stamping at the rock with both forefeet in irritation, as much as to say: `` How dare you disturb me in my sacred precinct ''??
On the middle Mississippi a principal post was to be located near the mouth of the Arkansas.
It was so utterly unexpected that Marty stood for several moments with his mouth hanging open foolishly after it had happened.

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At the first restaurant he sensibly pulled up to go in for his dinner, and as a consequence did not see Cobb strike the open range at the mouth of the canyon and head straight across the swells for Antler.
After what seemed several seconds, the open mouth grew dark inside then blood began to ooze from it.
A northern ambassador, willing to keep his mouth shut and his ears open, could learn a lot that would stand him in good stead at the Curia.
He breathed now with his mouth open, showing a whitely curving section of lower teeth ; ;
his mouth hung slightly open.
Juanita stopped just inside the open door, her hand to her mouth.
I got hold his mouth open ''.
His mouth fell open.
`` His mouth is open ''.
Casey heard the click of the distant receiver before he could open his mouth, and it took him no more than three seconds to make his decision.
Therefore to Helva, the problem that she couldn't open her mouth to sing, among other restrictions, did not bother her.
The rounded shapes of the gaps and the lip-like edges carved into the stone surrounding them create a semblance of a fully open mouth, for which the Casa Batlló has been nicknamed the " house of yawns.
The highly successful metal pressure tube anemometer of William Henry Dines in 1892 utilized the same pressure difference between the open mouth of a straight tube facing the wind and a ring of small holes in a vertical tube which is closed at the upper end.
It was the following insult directed at Lord Percy by Edmund Blackadder: " The eyes are open, the mouth moves, but Mr. Brain has long since departed, hasn't he, Percy?
Many ships had only jury masts and it took a full day for the convoy to reach the mouth of the bay, finally sailing into open water on 15 August.
If the receiving partner has wounds on his genitals, or if the giving partner has wounds or open sores on or in his or her mouth, or bleeding gums, this poses an increased risk of STD transmission.
" As he Emperor Alexios I knew that the Pisans were skilled in sea warfare and dreaded a battle with them, on the prow of each ship he had a head fixed of a lion or other land-animal, made in brass or iron with the mouth open and then gilded over, so that their mere aspect was terrifying.
The doctor attempted to examine the inside of Himmler's mouth, but the prisoner was reluctant to open it and jerked his head away.
An alternate explanation is in the process of uncuffing an inmate, Bogart was struck in the mouth when the inmate wielded one open, uncuffed bracelet while the other side was still on his wrist.
* Quidding, a dental problem sometimes found in horse teeth where the animal drops partially chewed food while chewing, or chews with the mouth open
Composed by Jonathan Wolff, it consists of distinct solo sampled bass synthesizer riffs which open the show and connect the scenes, often accompanied by a " percussion track " composed of mouth noises, such as pops and clicks.
** a smaller limnetic species — with a smaller mouth — that feeds on the small plankton in open water

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