A Woman's Eyes
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"A Woman's Eyes": A Woman's Eyes is a 1916 silent film featuring Harry Carey.
- country: United States of America
- languages: English Language, Silent film
- director: George Marshall
- producer: Harry Carey
- starring: Harry Carey
- genres: Silent film, Western, Black-and-white, Indie film
- released on (99 years ago)
"A woman's eyes" is a book by Gus Weill.
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Quotes about A Woman's Eyes
Mosquitoes bite where the skin is uncovered.
Yet they spare from biting the eyes and hair.
Man’s eyes bite woman’s eyes and hair too;
When her body is covered and veiled.
19.09.2010 (Rm. Shanmugam Chettiar)
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