her posture

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  • Her posture permitted half her face to be seen, and saved me from any danger of being observed. ...
  • She looked so pretty, and there was such appealing grace in her posture. ...
  • Florida changed her posture slightly, and looked down at her sewing.
  • All at once her work ceased, her hands were arrested, her posture grew rigid: she was listening. ...
  • Her posture was such that she could not rise, and with infinite gentleness he lifted her to her feet. ...
  • Her posture could not have been better for Charley's purpose. ...
  • Her posture was that of a frightened deer, as her terror-filled eyes sought the dark interior.
  • She did not hear him, and when he called again, she turned her face -- unstartled -- and moving her posture not at all.
  • Her voice grew weaker, and her posture less constrained, in her whole form there was an expression of suffering. ...
  • She either moved slightly, or the waves rocked the boat so as to somewhat disturb her posture. ...
  • When she seated herself her posture was instantly graceful, and that of one who is indifferent about support for the back. ...
  • She changed her posture for an easier one, half reclining. ...
  • Mary screamed, and the noise of the shot startled her from her posture and she fell on her knees. ...
  • Long did she wait; cold and cramped she became, too damp and stiff to change her posture readily.
  • It shews, whatever her posture may be, that her mind at least is not supine. ...
  • The female then stops movement and extends her posture to mate. ...
  • Kudryavtseva's father introduced her to gymnastics when she was four to improve her posture, flexibility, and body shape. ...
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