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- "It's spookier than ever in here," Mary whispered "It's even worse if you see the headless horseman," Billy replied, with a mischievous grin.
- His large round face split into a welcoming grin at the sight of them.
- He sticks it on his head and gives a big grin, like he's trying to cheer me up.
- I grin at myself in the mirror.
- Allan Scuffle (or scuffling Allan) gave me a frank grin and handshake, and I wandered back down to the Liffey.
- His shoulders lifted towards his ears as if to help the grin along.
- He did not even force a grin.
- "Nothing I couldn't take," he replied, with the same arrogant grin.
- The thin smile turned into a grin.
- " Dad would grin widely, and shout to him:
- Ari smothered a grin and shrugged.
- "Well done, Percy, old boy!" he would call out to Percy Harvey, who would grin and pass quickly up the stairs to the Music Library with his scores.
- "Things are certainly changing, lad," Bragg said with a grin.