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  • The sharp features and white hair appearing alone, above the parapet, looked like a severed head garnishing the wall.
  • At length Mr Snittle Timberry rose in the most approved attitude, with one hand in the breast of his waistcoat and the other on the nearest snuff-box, and having been received with great enthusiasm, proposed, with abundance of quotations, his friend Mr Vincent Crummles: ending a pretty long speech by extending his right hand on one side and his left on the other, and severally calling upon Mr and Mrs Crummles to grasp the same.

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  • She severed an artery.
  • She plans to sever the relationship.

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