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    Phrase

    Hi, my name is Beth, Could you possibly help me with this translation or at least tell me where can I get this information?
    "Her eyes are black and shrewd like two berries"

    Thank you very much!
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    Re: Phrase

    Why would berries be shrewd? It doesn't make any sense.

    Shrewd | Define Shrewd at Dictionary.com

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    Re: Phrase

    ...and most berries are not black.

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