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“The landscape was an aching, eye-hurting desolation.”
“It reflected the midday sun with a bright eye-hurting intensity.”
“Intricate, eye-hurting symbols were chalked over every available surface, and black-flamed candles burned at the five cardinal points.”
“Against one wall was a hi-fi unit, and over the fireplace, a picture of a mountain scene painted by an amateur, all eye-hurting colours and peculiar perspective.”
“Reds and yellows that swirled together in eye-hurting combinations, screaming, clashing pinks and yellow-greens-and the intensity was somehow too much; a fluctuating, pulsing brightness, as if they were burning themselves out with every heartbeat.”
“Fssa burned beneath his green illusion until he became an eye-hurting incandescence that was a Fssireeme at near-normal body temperature.”
“One of those who had gone aboard had in his hand what looked like a square box which the downing sun caught and awoke into an eye-hurting burst of light.”
“They should have delighted the soul of Sir Henry Simmerson, for everything that could be polished had been burnished to an eye-hurting intensity, whether of leather, or bronze, silver or gold.”
“The magnified flame was eye-hurting violet, and it fanned out like a rocket firing in vacuum.”
“The figures were published in the UK Film Council's annual statistical yearbook, a mammoth, eye-hurting publication that is nevertheless packed full of interesting data on film trends, showing that cinema-going appears to be bucking the recession. available in full online.”
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