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    Smile brush the hair out of her eyes

    I'm wondering what this phrase means exactly.

    Mom brushed the hair out of Marsha's eyes.

    Does it mean just 'brush the hair for Marsha' or something?
    Please help!
    Thank you.

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    Re: brush the hair out of her eyes

    Marsha's hair was hanging down her forehead into her eyes. Her mother moved it away, probably with her hand

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