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  • … The entourage hurried through, without even a glance at the four-pointed marble compass in the center of the floor where the Eternal Flame had once burned.

    2009 September « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • (The early Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft in fact registered, but never used, a four-pointed version of the logo.)

    Wolfram Blog : Exploring Logo Designs with Mathematica

  • Mr. Schreiber still needs the Pinwheel Kazak, a rug distinguished by a central swirling four-pointed star shape.

    The Rug Market Takes Flight

  • Standing before the full-length hall mirror on his way out of the apartment, he took a minute to arrange precisely the four-pointed handkerchief in the pocket of his expensively tailored black cashmere sport coat.

    The Shroud Codex

  • The Qoms, the pro-Syrian leftists, have planted their flag (black with a four-pointed red star inside a white circle) in a barrel in an intersection about three blocks away from home.

    The News from Lebanon - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Flag description: blue, with two narrow, horizontal, yellow stripes across the lower portion and a red, four-pointed star outlined in white in the upper hoist-side corner

    Aruba

  • Arubablue, with two narrow, horizontal, yellow stripes across the lower portion and a red, four-pointed star outlined in white in the upper hoist-side corner

    Flag description

  • LONDON,CAIS -- An ancient four-pointed compass-rose showing directions of ‘four cardinal points’ and a number of board-games carved on rocks discovered in the Iranian island of Kharg in the Persian Gulf, reported Persian service of CHN on Saturday.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The first discovered carving is located beside an ancient road which is a four-pointed compass-rose showing directions of four cardinal points within a square-shape with rounded angles setting, 50x50cm in diameters.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • U-Tee whispered into the four-pointed flower nestled in the Verbas tentacles, a spot he assumed was an ear.

    365 tomorrows » 2005 » September : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

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