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The lustre of the Monarch, who beamed more brightly than ever upon hearing my words, shewed clearly that he retained his complacency; and I had hardly ceased when he took up his strain again.
Van Helsing's face almost beamed, and as we lifted her from the bath and rolled her in a hot sheet to dry her he said to me, "The first gain is ours
Through the ingenuousness of her age beamed an ardent mind, not of the woman, but of the poet.
The old man's eyes beamed with an expression of gentle affection.
Upon his fellows he beamed tenderness and good will.
It had arisen from the fact that a certain sun had beamed upon me, and turned the sky to blue.