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“I watched a woman walk across the street wearing high boots and a poncho made entirely out of small flame-shaped white lightbulbs.”
“She distracted herself by studying his chandelier, thinking that he must have rigged it himself, because instead of normal lightbulbs, there were plastic candles topped with red-tinted flame-shaped bulbs.”
“She put her fingers to the base of one of the delicate flame-shaped light bulbs in the chandelier.”
“The bedside table and a lamp with an elephant base and a tiny flame-shaped bulb were wedged between his still form and the closed bathroom door.”
“The brown paneling had an imitation wood grain pattern, and brassy fixtures held up flame-shaped electric bulbs with lights inside that wobbled back and forth.”
“The Malay weapons consist of the celebrated kris, with its flame-shaped wavy blade; the sword, regarded, however, more as an ornament; the parang, which is both knife and weapon; the steel-headed spear, which cost us so many lives in the Perak war; matchlocks, blunderbusses, and lelahs, long heavy brass guns used for the defense of the stockades behind which the Malays usually fight.”
“The flame-shaped bulbs even had an element that flickered like candlelight, causing shadows to dance in the narrow gallery.”
“Of how that rare event seemed somehow inextricably intertwined with my own fate, right down to the flame-shaped birthmark I bore.”
“I opened my eyes halfway, saw the crack on the ceiling and the overhead light fixture, an ugly brass ring set with flame-shaped bulbs, installed by our predecessors, the Furmans.”
“Wrought-iron Gothic chandeliers with red flame-shaped bulbs offered what little illumination there was.”
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