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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
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  • It is easy for me to be so, for every event of that dreadful time is seared into my memory.
  • A large face, seared with a thousand wrinkles, burned yellow with the sun, and marked with every evil passion, was turned from one to the other of us, while his deep-set, bile-shot eyes, and his high, thin, fleshless nose, gave him somewhat the resemblance to a fierce old bird of prey.

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  • She seared the steak.
  • seared tuna

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