soot-blackened love

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  • And when the work was done, Logan and Rytlock staggered, bloodied and soot-blackened.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Dressed as Indians, with soot-blackened faces, they threatened to kill the "Yorker"—who fled with his crew.

    Founding Father (Of Vermont)

  • After spitting dark goo onto the ground, his soot-blackened face lined.

    Fire The Sky

  • Nilly said, clutching on to the tall, skinny, soot-blackened form who had entered the room with Juliette.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • Elsewhere he depicts Edinburgh as a precarious, soot-blackened fairyland; ringed by black rock and lashed by rain.

    Edinburgh film festival review: The Illusionist

  • When I got to the corner, all I saw was the long concrete flank of an indoor parking lot and, across the street, the soot-blackened brick and chicken-wired windows of a moving company.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

  • The man had been a smoker, and as in most autopsies of smokers, his body had been scarred with the stigmata of chronic smoking: tar-stained bronchi and soot-blackened lungs.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • The water sucked each one beneath the surface as it flowed around the bridge's piers of soot-blackened concrete.

    Advice for young writers

  • Kruszynski's teeth flashed in his soot-blackened face.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • Russell keeps reminding about this by showing us scenes of Gudrun and Ursula walking through packs of soot-blackened miners while prattling about their relationships, along with occasional shots of limbless First World War veterans begging in the streets.

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