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" Vizier was a short man, about five feet five inches in height, and very fat, though not particularly corpulent. He had a very pleasing face, fair and round, with, hlue quick eyes, not at all settled into a Turkish gravity. His beard was long and white,... "
A Journey Through Albania and Other Provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia ... - Σελίδα 102
των John Cam Hobhouse Baron Hobhouse - 1817
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...fat, though not particularly ' corpulent. He had a very pleasing face, fair and round, with ' blue quick eyes, not at all settled into a Turkish gravity....have been proud of ; though he, who was more taken np ' with his guests than himself, did not continue looking at it, nor ' smelling and stroking it,...

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...very fat, though not particularly corpulent. He had a very pleasing face, fair and round, with blue quick eyes, not at all settled into a Turkish gravity....was long and white, and such a one as any other Turk 186 Hobhouse's Journey through Albania, fyt. OCT. Turk would have been proud of; though he, who was...

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1814
...very fat, though not particularly corpulent; he had a very pleasing face, fair and round, with blue quick eyes, not at all settled into a Turkish gravity....who was more taken up with his guests than himself, -!nl not continue looking at it, cor smelling and stroking it, as is usually the custom of his countrymen,...




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