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  • But they have to stay one step ahead of the black-furred and eyeless aliens, who lumber like bears with the speed of wolves and whose snapping maws contain multiple rows of phosphorescently purple teeth.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Attack the Block

  • He had a giant black-furred paw on his chest, the well-trimmed claws digging into his pectorals.

    Crossed

  • The charr stood there, waiting, and within a few moments the black-furred tribune stormed up.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • The Blood Legion warriors were led by a great black-furred charr, armed with a fiery sword, who shouted orders as the turmoil milled around them.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • Back when I was a student, I swear I saw a group of young black-furred squirrels practicing their ninja training by the library.

    Books and Squirrel

  • Neena opted for the companionship of a handsome young tiger cat from a far valley, while Squill found himself in the company of a black-furred, bare-tailed, robustly built young female of a tribe he didn't recognize.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • The men to whom she was related by blood were all black-furred, on shoulder blades as well as chest.

    The Houseguest

  • You are many things to me, t'lesh ... a friend, a lover, a companion, a slave, a pet, a playmate ... but you are also as I first found you, a black-furred little cat.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • A crewman had told Mirar it had been the call of the legendary roro, a giant black-furred carnivore with enormous pointed teeth.

    Voice of the Gods

  • Zolacroy raised a finger to point at a black-furred man whose red uniform was heavy with medals and badges.

    Distant Shores

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