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Slender

“though well-landed, an idiot.” [Br. Lit.: Merry Wives of Windsor]
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It told him of a strange, hairless, black ape with feathers growing upon its head, who launched death from a slender branch, and then ran, with the fleetness of Bara, the deer, toward the rising sun.
In his hand was his slender bow to which he had fitted one of his death dealing arrows.
So it was that as Kulonga emerged from the shadow of the jungle a slender coil of rope sped sinuously above him from the lowest branch of a mighty tree directly upon the edge of the fields of Mbonga, and ere the king's son had taken a half dozen steps into the clearing a quick noose tightened about his neck.
The Germans are exceedingly fond of Rhine wines; they are put up in tall, slender bottles, and are considered a pleasant beverage.
It was no time for pugilistic chivalry and my brother laid him quiet with a kick, and gripped the collar of the man who pulled at the slender lady's arm.
He would have had little chance against them had not the slender lady very pluckily pulled up and returned to his help.
said the slender lady, and she gave my brother her revolver.
We have money," said the slender woman, and hesitated.
Anna was not in lilac, as Kitty had so urgently wished, but in a black, low-cut, velvet gown, showing her full throat and shoulders, that looked as though carved in old ivory, and her rounded arms, with tiny, slender wrists.
The only thing known for absolute certain is the Slender Man is a product of pure imagination.
The attempted murder came to be known as the "Slender Man Stabbing" as the two students claimed that they were influenced by the internet and video game fictional character "The Slender Man.