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“Her high-flung legwork sometimes renders ballet's aim for harmonious "line" as a frisson of multiple lines, but Ms. Somova has real power in her filament-like extremities and a pixie-like sweetness that gives precociousness an agreeable aspect.”
“So might one of his breed have glared up at their troglodyte ancestors, treed on a high-flung rock, in the dim dawn ages.”
“The road had begun to thrust itself through high-flung, sharply pinnacled masses and rounded outcroppings of rock on which clung patches of the amber moss.”
“Straight down that radiant path, its high-flung plumes of feathery flame shimmering, its coruscating spirals whirling, its seven globes of seven colours shining above its glowing core, it raced toward us.”
“Faded into shadow that white mosaic of flower-crowned faces set in the amphitheatre of jet, and vast shadows dropped upon the high-flung tiers and shrouded them.”
“Was it my straining eyes, the play of the light and shadow — or were those high-flung excrescences shifting, changing shape?”
“Naked she was, yet clothed with an unearthly purity, the purity of the far-flung, serene stars, of the eternal snows upon some calm, high-flung peak, the tranquil, silver dawns of spring; protected by some spell of divinity which chilled and slew the flame of desire.”
“Faster and faster the six high-flung beams swayed — and then broke — broke as though a gigantic, unseen hand had reached up and snapped them!”
“Then turning — the last link held fast in his left hand, he put his foot upon the Parsee; and with fixed upward eve, and high-flung right arm, he stood erect before the lofty tri-pointed trinity of flames.”
“But a heartbeat quicker, like a flash of sunbeam from a mirror, the coiled rope flew out from Morgan's high-flung arm.”
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