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used in The Child by Tiger

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in improper position; or in an unintended way
  • Across the street a window banged up in the parlor of Suggs' house and the Old Man Suggs appeared in the window clad only in his nightgown, his brutal old face inflamed with excitement, his shock of silvery white hair awry, his powerful shoulders and his thick hands gripping his crutches.

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