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  • Juanita’s demand was reinforced by the universal glower.
  • He glowered at her like a downy young owl.
  • He glowered at her with shrewd red eyes.
  • Miss Villets emphatically stamped a date in the front of "Frank on the Lower Mississippi" for a small flaxen boy, glowered at him as though she were stamping a warning on his brain, and sighed: "I wouldn’t put myself forward or criticize any one for the world, and Vida is one of my best friends, and such a splendid teacher, and there is no one in town more advanced and interested in all movements, but I must say that no matter who the president or the committees are, Vida Sherwin seems…

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  • Shake hands and stop glowering at each other.
  • She glowered at the ref, but held her tongue.

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