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1. The Harlequin man couldn't have provided a better distraction.
2. A clownish mosaic of shifting hues attired the Harlequin.
3. Her harlequin sweaters and Fair Isle striped knit shirts were a nice diversion from the usual cable knits and ribbed turtlenecks.
4. Periclimenes shrimps are superficially similar in appearance to Harlequin Shrimp species but do not harm their host anemone or sea cucumber.
5. Colombine rejects Harlequin, and she and Pierrot live happily ever after.
6. It shows the artist as Harlequin, drinking in the Paris bar which gives its name to the picture.
7. The harlequin is enamoured of a young dancer who has been forced to marry the proprietor of the troupe.
8. Harlequin has a range of tailored data presentation applications such as Watson - for criminal investigations - and a crew rostering system.
9. The harlequin on the easel looked as depressed as ever, and who could blame him?
10. Albert was triumphant in his harlequin costume.
11. Harlequin ichthyosis ( HI ) is a severe subtype of autosomal recessive congenital ichthyoses ( ARCI ) .
12. Pierrot, Harlequin, and Columbine will go to bed late this evening.
13. A comedy or pantomime in which Harlequin is the main attraction.
14. The love scenes between Fawcett and Boothe are straight out of a Harlequin novel, all romance and yearning and aching passion.
15. Are you allowing yourselves to be fooled by this mountebank, this harlequin?
16. She sits at the marriage banquet, apparently in a cafe, and the harlequin has just presented her with a bouquet.
17. There was no further reward in points for Leicester, however(sentencedict.com/harlequin.html), because they could find no way through the Harlequin wall.
18. Whether stated or unstated, these conventions remain true for all Mills and Boon, Silhouette, and Harlequin romances.
19. There was an easel with a half-finished painting of a man in harlequin drag playing the pipes of Pan.
20. Seated from left to right are a woman, a central harlequin and a man wearing a Cronstadt hat.
21. This proved to be so commercially successful that it became a reciprocal arrangement, with Mills and Boon importing Harlequin titles.
22. Thus, while Meh'Lindi padded in pursuit with her mute chaperones, Jaq was also tracking the Harlequin man.
23. Mr. Cruncher reposed under a patchwork counterpane, like a Harlequin at home.
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