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  • There were three times as many Berzerkers as before, each wielding assualt rifles and shotguns, with a few of them wearing dark blue jackets with yellow stripes on the sleeves and red-tinted sunglasses.

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  • Two-car convoys, whose engines rumble like 18-wheel trucks, cut across a dry, red-tinted land parceled by a geometry of stone walls and red earth covered by olive trees and tobacco fields.

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  • Visitors to the museum can also obtain permission to visit the dig, located a short distance away on arid, red-tinted, scrub-covered hillsides, one of which, formerly called Cerro de la Virgen, is now known as Cerro de los Dinosaurios.

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  • "Penelope and Scarlett go at it in a red-tinted photography dark room, and it will leave the audience gasping."


  • 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.


  • One of the soldiers lit a small flashlight with a red-tinted lens red light is less visible from afar than white, and therefore attracts less attention; it also does not disrupt our natural but limited ability to see in the dark as much as any other color, and I could see that across the aisle from me the Iraqi translator had dozed off.

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  • Specifically, Louis has isolated strange, thick-walled, red-tinted cell-like structures about 10 microns in size.

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  • But that night, as her taillights receded, trailing corkscrews of red-tinted dust, I realized that, in fact, I had no advantage over her at all, that unless I worked day and night, and was blessed by unparalleled good fortune, I would be vastly outshone on the screen by Miranda, and come across only as the palest and most stilted imitation of myself.

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  • The stains on her arms had turned dark brown, like red-tinted dried chocolate, and the skin was pocked with tiny cuts and bruises.


  • The locals recommended Roger Hathale, who lived at the very top of Comb Ridge, in a small house with spectacular views: on one side Cane Valley, with a green film of vegetation floating over acres of red-tinted land, and on the other, Dennehotso and the world beyond, stretching into the blue.

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