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The Magician's Nephew
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  • ...she turned pale and bent down till her face touched the mane of the horse. You could see she felt deadly sick.
  • It was on its hind legs again in a moment, and its neigh was like a scream; it was all hoofs and teeth and eyes and tossing mane.
  • It passed by them so close that they could have touched its mane.
  • You should have seen how the Horse shook its mane and how its nostrils widened, and the little tap it gave the ground with one back hoof.
  • Fledge visited the river too but he only stood in midstream, stooping down for a long drink of water and then shaking his mane and neighing several times.
  • Everyone was staring solemnly at the Tree when Aslan suddenly swung round his head (scattering golden gleams of light from his mane as he did so) and fixed his large eyes on the children.

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  • It was a healthy male lion with a golden mane.
  • She brushed the horse’s mane and tail.

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