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  • Still, they charged forward up the gentle slope toward Mykel, their mounts moving apart so that they would strike at him with their green-stained blades simultaneously, one from each side.

    Soarer's Choice

  • They were all simply decorated: plain green-stained walls, marble tables on either side,

    The Vampyre

  • Till she came to the clearing, at the end of the wood, and saw the green-stained stone cottage, looking almost rosy, like the flesh underneath a mushroom, its stone warmed in a burst of sun.

    Lady Chatterley's Lover

  • In two places it was green-stained, showing copper, while in another hydrated oxide and chromate of iron (hematite) 143 abounded.

    The Land of Midian

  • Ethram-Fal's lips writhed away from his green-stained teeth, and his eyes blazed with a terrible light.

    Conan and the Emerald Lotus

  • THE AMPHITHEATER was a plain brick building with a green-stained copper roof.

    FORTUNE’S LIGHT

  • He turned with the mortar hugged to his chest, and the green-stained wooden pestle arrested in his hand, and there stood Olivier, dipping his tall head to evade the hanging bunches of herbs, and asking, in the mellow, confident voice of one assured of the answer, "May I come in?"

    The Pilgrim of Hate

  • Then he flung himself down on the old green-stained marble, shaken with weeping.

    The Praise Singer

  • Only the nearer faces are visible at all, and at that only as half-silvered images in a view finder, green-stained VIP faces remembered behind bulletproof windows speeding through the city. ...

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • A crocodile of cricketers in green-stained white came across from the playing fields as the clock on the school tower struck four.

    A Guilty Thing Surprised

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