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  • ’I don’t have to go looking for trouble in an airplane,’ he noted, blinking his beady, brown, offended eyes myopically.
  • He had silver-gray hair, slightly myopic eyes and thin, overhanging, sensual lips.
  • She had sallow skin and myopic eyes, and none of the men had ever slept with her because none of the men had ever wanted to, none but Aarfy, who had raped her once that same evening and had then held her prisoner in a clothes closet for almost two hours with his hand over her mouth until the civilian curfew sirens sounded and it was unlawful for her to be outside.

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  • Calpurnia was past middle age and her body had thickened a little, her kinky hair was graying, and she squinted from myopia.
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • Then she grabbed her own glasses out of her pocket and put them on, and her myopic eyes were able to focus.
    Madeleine L’Engle  --  A Wrinkle in Time

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