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  • Burt is the mortician and after Ernie explains what is happening, Burt agrees to let them cremate the still-moving body parts.

    Return of the Living Dead (1985)

  • GRANT YANKED HER DOOR open, his fair hair blowing in the vortex of the still-moving blades overhead.

    Black Magic

  • It was quickly erased as an enormous man in fatigues leaped onto the still-moving bus and began shouting at the top of his lungs.

    In the Shadow of Freedom

  • However, the Japanese tradition of ikizukuri takes the level of freshness one step further by filleting a live fish and reassembling it with the still-moving head as decoration.

    Live and let dine

  • Shalkan picked his way carefully down the slope, avoiding the still-moving bodies of the crippled Hounds, and continued along the trail, still at a slow walk.

    Tran Siberian

  • As soon as she could, she squeezed out past the still-moving gap between the walls.

    Pendragon Before the War

  • It is -- as you mentioned, upwards of 130,000 acres, which is an incredible amount of brush that has been consumed by this still-moving fire.

    CNN Transcript Sep 1, 2009

  • Breathing, still-moving, display pieces for another Dick Cheney attack on the Democratic Party and its insistence on defeat in the Glorious War Against Terrorism.

    Fly-Fishing Lessons

  • Betty hides in the coal carrier as the Templars go car to car, hacking and chopping the ticket holders among them a little girl, whose mother bleeds out all over her! into chowder as the still-moving locomotive ferries the dead and the undead into the station.

    31 Screams: Lone Fleming

  • A lot of crashes are minor, and wearing a seatbelt makes the difference between being knocked unconscious on the steering wheel and losing control of a perhaps still-moving vehicle and staying awake and in control.

    Nanny State, Police State

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