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  • Now we have 24/7 PR and gossip in the never-fading glare of the Internet that's even brighter than the new, improved Times Square.

    Lev Raphael: The Story Behind Tony Curtis' Sweet Smell of Success

  • The paper, launched by Jay Shore in 1975, embodied everything Santa Cruz -- its liberal views, that free-spirit, the fascinating desire to pound some bongos in the middle of the day on the main drag and take in the never-fading scent of patchouli floating around town.

    Greg Archer: That Santa Cruz Lady -- She's Not Crazy, She's Just Keeping Things 'Weird'

  • Consider the excellency of virgins, [5804] Virgo coelum meruit, marriage replenisheth the earth, but virginity Paradise; Elias, Eliseus, John Baptist, were bachelors: virginity is a precious jewel, a fair garland, a never-fading flower; [5805] for why was Daphne turned to a green bay-tree, but to show that virginity is immortal?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • For by this time he had artfully concentred and kindled up all the inflammable ingredients of her constitution; and she now looked back upon the virtuous principles of her education, as upon a disagreeable and tedious dream, from which she had waked to the fruition of never-fading joy.

    The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom

  • He tells her how he loves her with a never-fading love, is certain of her goodness, and that she has never loved any one else; he warmly praises her virtue; but, nevertheless, as he speaks, she shudders.

    Through Finland in Carts

  • At those moments a picture of never-fading reality would flit before her mental vision in mocking array -- a picture in which her ladyship knelt with expressive and silent gaze at the feet of the stern monitress, Duty, whose defiant scowl denies appeal from the speaking depths of the mournful dark eyes.

    Lady Rosamond's Secret A Romance of Fredericton

  • Four merchants of that country, astonished at the never-fading lotus in his hand, wormed the secret out of the husband by making him drunk, and then planned the seduction of the wife out of mere curiosity.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • The wood, selected for its rare loveliness, the finished workmanship, and charming rose-coloured varnish, render these works of art of which one glimpse is a never-fading memory.

    The Violin Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators

  • On the viaduct, over behind the Statue of the Republic, they stopped to look over that never-fading picture there presented to view.

    The Adventures of Uncle Jeremiah and Family at the Great Fair Their Observations and Triumphs

  • Nothing was to be seen or heard but flowers and music; and love and joy, and groves of never-fading palms, seemed the natives of that happy clime.

    Stories by Foreign Authors: German — Volume 2

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