Flourishing his finger ominously he threw a gaze teeming with tidings just where his eye alighted by accident, which happened to be in Joseph Poorgrass’s face.
…of malachite,—snow-white ladies’-smocks, the toothwort, approximating to human flesh, the enchanter’s night-shade, and the black-petaled doleful-bells, were among the quainter objects of the vegetable world in and about Weatherbury at this teeming time; and of the animal, the metamorphosed figures of Mr. Jan Coggan, the master-shearer; the second and third shearers, who travelled in the exercise of their calling, and do not require definition by name; Henery Fray the fourth shearer,…
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A rough mantelpiece teemed with small bright objets d’art made of plaster, porcelain, clay, and milk glass.
Harper Lee -- Go Set a Watchman
) fin sez u stol hz pen he’s a liar he wnts it I don’t have his pen hes a swmr finz a swimer buterfly u shuld c him nakd the abs omg when did you see him naked? swm teem sutes betr thn nakd *team remove head from gutter, G is he a good swimmer? made states he wnts yr lawrs number lawrs? *lawyers I peeked out of the curtains.
Laurie Halse Anderson -- The Impossible Knife of Memory