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  • Jackalopes should only be pursued at night with a Q-beam and silver-tipped bullets soaked in the blood of the first newt of winter.

    The Peta types got the Jackalope season closed in Kansas. This must not stand.

  • It, or he, waved a silver-tipped finger dramatically.

    CENTAURI CALLING • by Jenny Schwartz

  • “You are not the only one with a silver-tipped tongue, Fräulein,” he said, drawing his fingers away so he could push me onto the bed.

    Small Victory: the realm of pawns

  • For a more casual turn, I love belts in tooled leather with designs carved in that are no more than an inch and a half wide and have hammered silver buckles, with or without the silver-tipped ends.

    Ask Teri

  • But what about a skirt that barely covered the curve of my thigh, what about silver-tipped fingers creeping beneath the netsilk, what about legs tangled in legs … arms encircling chests … what about lips?

    Wired

  • Just as the sun crested the horizon, Tally and Mandy preceded Sadie down a white carpet strewn with silver-tipped rose petals.

    Starlit

  • He flipped the inkwell open and dipped a silver-tipped pen into the bowl.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • The hat has the same silver snakeskin rope around the brim that encircles his neck, silver-tipped tassels that click when he settles it over his white hair.

    Healer

  • Crouching among the stones we stared intently at the silver-tipped bank in front of us.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars

  • One of his priests was a bear, seen by my right eye; my left eye saw him as a man in a bearskin cloak, brown fur with silver-tipped guard hairs.

    Wildfire

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