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  • An old newscast from 2007 is an eye opener on how big a Renderfarm needs to be in order to deliv...

    George Lucas’ Red Tails Photos

  • The scout had a clear, carrying voice, and we all heard him tell her that he would join her as soon as he'd deliv-ered his report to the commander.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • But each cadet captain appeared to be deliv-ering the same sort of lecture to his standing troops.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • Technically, it was more bad news, but the way she deliv - ered it -- as if it were irrelevant -- told me something.

    Honeymoon

  • I was too busy staring at the big Sealy mattress deliv - ery truck ahead of me, preparing to overtake it.

    Honeymoon

  • With a step back and a final peruse, Nora deliv - ered her signature variation on "I'll take it."

    Honeymoon

  • If the double stroke was deliv-ered cleanly, blood should fountain from the severed neck for several seconds before the decapitated body collapsed.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Linger too long, and you could find yourself parboiled redder than the last dinner deliv-ery of unidentifiable alien arthropod.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • She could leave all that to him, and set about deliv-ering the invitations via teleson to her select Great Lords'six of them altogether, including Lord Kyndreth and his son Gildor.

    Elvenborn

  • The screams soon followed, pleading and begging, but the Brothers Repentant did not heed those cries and shed no tears for the heathen Behrenese, for they, like the followers of Avelyn, were to blame for deliv - ering the rosy plague upon the land.

    Mortalis

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