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  • A picture of the hat was emailed to this reporter, on a star-flecked background with symbols of righteousness: the Holy Bible, an American flag and a bald eagle.

    Len Levitt: Bernie Kerik: Victim, Victim, Victim

  • The Hawk gazed at him with star-flecked eyes for three heartbeats.

    Widows and Orphans

  • She kissed him, then moved back far enough to inspect him with star-flecked eyes.

    Gold of Kings

  • Twenty minutes later, I was inside the big theatre, watching two good-sized space ships flying through dark, star-flecked space.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Beyond the rocky vista of a shattered planet and its broken moons, the star-flecked expanse of the galaxy distorted into bent streaks that continued to stretch, until they were well on their way to becoming endless rings of light.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • The fading away of the blue-green atmosphere to the star-flecked majesty of space felt to him like a homecoming.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • Filming of State Of Play is ready to go, and if it doesn't get moving soon, then its star-flecked cast of Edward Norton, Helen Mirren and Rachel McAdams will be forced to abandon it too and the whole thing could go under.

    Affleck/Norton Switch Makes State Of Play Slightly Less Desirable

  • Conan glanced through an arched, golden-silled window that let out upon a broad balcony, and swore in surprize to see the dark-blue star-flecked sky.

    Wings in the Night

  • Then as he stepped into the silent star-flecked night he brought up short.

    People of the Dark

  • The star-flecked eyes were not upon us; they looked over and beyond — coldly, calculatingly.

    The Metal Monster

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