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  • Is it code for "I will protect you from Domyouji, my fiery-eyed furious-fisted angel of rage"?

    And NOW I get back to edits.

  • Democracy sounded good when a fiery-eyed Yeltsin stood up to the putschists and promised to bring goods into the empty stores.

    Yeltsin Defiant

  • There was a little fiery-eyed old man with a crooked shoulder, in the cathedral, who took it very ill that I made no effort to see the bucket

    Pictures from Italy

  • Off Topic – Keith Olberman opened up a passionate fiery-eyed can of whoop-ass on Donald Rumsfeld last night for calling all who disagree with him Nazis.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: August 31, 2006

  • Musaf Yaladi, fiery-eyed, Princeton-educated thug-darling of the West, in his south Lebanon hideout.

    Excerpt: The Distance Between Us by Masha Hamilton

  • It was a time when all the little rats and mice were scurrying to cover because of the presence of a great, fiery-eyed public cat somewhere in the dark, and only the older and wiser rats were able to act.

    The Financier

  • Intense Heather had hooked up with a fiery-eyed young rock musician, and the two had gone supernova with their initial romance.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • She looked back, feeling her eyes widen as she recognized the fiery-eyed lizard of her dreams.

    Phoenix And Ashes

  • And she proceeded to push the white but fiery-eyed Lucille from the room.

    The Virgin and the Gypsy

  • They camped that night on the northern slopes of those hills, and hook-nosed, fiery-eyed men of the hill tribes came in scores to squat about the fires and repeat news that had come up out of the mysterious desert.

    The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian

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