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“David Hawkes was watching the clock Friday night after he returned to his still-dark house on Maiden Lane in Bethesda.”
“I asked my father, clutching the phone in my still-dark bedroom.”
“Estelle sighed and glanced out the kitchen window at the still-dark woods behind their small house.”
“A man with close-cropped peppered hair and a still-dark mustache walked in.”
“As the morning flung its skeins of red and gold on the still-dark sky, she propped herself up on an elbow, the child snuggled against her, and wrote to Najabat Khan.”
“About 180 million people coast-to-coast take part in the shopping frenzy that is known as Black Friday -- infiltrating still-dark parking lots like packs of scurrying ants during the wee hours of the morning, with coupons and flyers in hand in order to score the best bargain buy of the year.”
“JERUSALEM — Senator Barack Obama made a pre-dawn visit here Thursday to the Western Wall, arriving in the Old City as a clear moon helped illuminate a still-dark sky.”
“Pausing ten or so yards into the still-dark street, he finds he has no matches for his cigarette.”
“The birds were moving in the heather, trilling and calling from the still-dark leaves of the trees.”
“That's how I found myself traversing the far west side of Madison, Wisconsin, at 6: 30 on a still-dark Halloween morning.”
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