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  • It was a creature of water, a sluggish slime-coated nymph that had metamorphosed into an electric needle of light, designed to hover and dart over pond and ditch in order to feed on the insects that rose from the surface in soft moist clouds.

    The Silence

  • The great blocks were spilled inland among the thrown and standing trees and the slime-coated flowers and grasses like the titanic vomit of some Northland monster.

    CHAPTER 24

  • My foot skidded helplessly down the near side of the slime-coated rock.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Victoria Strauss and A.C. Crispin make Writer Beware what it is: a resource for all who mean to avoid writing scammery in its many slime-coated shapes and sizes.

    Writer Unboxed » 2006 » June

  • When I ordered "peanut chicken" I didn't expect to receive something that looked like slime-coated mush served on long toothpicks.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • A brace of Moorooloos slip-slid past, skating on slime-coated foot pads, their attention on one another.

    Lost And Found

  • They did not want to touch the slime-coated trees or the sludge-coated ground.

    Up In A Heaval

  • His hands burned and froze to the slime-coated metal.

    The Mad Ship

  • The beast was huge; its heaving, slime-coated bulk filled the entire tunnel.

    Conan The Hunter

  • The beast was huge; its slime-coated bulk filled the entire tunnel.

    Conan The Hunter

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