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  • Megawolf burst into uncontrollable fits of laughter, rapid bark-like bursts, punctuated by huge inhalations of air.

    Crossed

  • Dove had been coughing for a couple of days, bark-like and definitively worse at night and first thing in the morning.

    I Can Make You Scared

  • We continue until their thick bark-like hides are smooth and polished.

    The Fields

  • The seat embossing echoes the exterior grille mesh with a tree bark-like pattern.

    Melbourne 2009: Toyota shows off HC-CV (Hybrid Camry Concept Vehicle) — Autoblog Green

  • The three "Nocturnal" pieces, each a different size with distinct proportions, depict three registers of texturally delineated landscape (rocky pier), seascape (bark-like waves) and night sky (studded with stars) are particularly satisfying -- minimal or abstract versions of a Van Gogh nocturne at the De Young Museum in the current Post-Impressionism show.

    ArtScene: Current California Exhibitions You Should See

  • The 'Tree Man of Java' is officially looking for love, now that doctors have surgically removed some of the bark-like tissue covering his hands and ... var news_amount = 1;

    Mona Gable: Mother, Son and Holy Ghost...

  • I papier-mached the arm, leaving lots of wrinkles in the paper to give it a bark-like texture.

    Twitters for 11-6-08

  • Then he would either be saying "bark" or making a bark-like sound, i.e., "woof," and it'd be easy to tell what effect the creators are going for.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Fabric with rough, bark-like surface, used for coats and dresses.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The root flesh is snow-white and dense, with a bark-like skin and a fibrous core usually removed before cooking.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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