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  • What seems most singular and suggestively important in this story, is this: it was from Joppa that Jonah set sail.
  • With the same marvellous patience, and with the same single shark’s tooth, of his one poor jack-knife, he will carve you a bit of bone sculpture, not quite as workmanlike, but as close packed in its maziness of design, as the Greek savage, Achilles’s shield; and full of barbaric spirit and suggestiveness, as the prints of that fine old Dutch savage, Albert Durer.

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  • Faris leers, glancing between us suggestively.
    Sabaa Tahir  --  An Ember in the Ashes
  • After that the boys stopped coming to our street, but one of the small boys who played with Atal would call out suggestively, "How is Haroon?" whenever I passed by.
    Malala Yousafzai  --  I Am Malala

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