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“Off the road were still-smoking remains of four tanks, a dump truck and half a dozen other military vehicles.”
“I spent long nights walking around the tangled and still-smoking site, pausing amidst groups of iron workers and firefighters to chat and then move on.”
“Father Raimon steps closer – and can see that the dust is actually ash, and amongst the ash are larger bits of still-smoking blackened flesh.”
“Mr. Pacino, who had been working on construction of the Time Warner Center in Manhattan when the attacks occurred, reported to the still-smoking remains of the World Trade Center site on Sept. 12.”
“She stuffed the still-smoking joint back into the glove box and reached for the jug of wine, which she tipped back and drank from until little red streams ran down her cheeks and neck.”
“The crooked police officer turned, a still-smoking revolver in his hands, and froze at the sight of a black-shrouded silver skull emerging from the darkness.”
“A hole had been blasted through the ceiling, a still-smoking crater that peered out into open night.”
“I also liked the subtext - that regardless of the fact that you have quit (congratulations), you intend to stand by your still-smoking friends, come hell or high water, to the ends of the earth.”
“Until they're standing over someone with a still-smoking gun?”
“The bailout's perks have been no less favorable for private investors who are now picking over the economy's still-smoking rubble at the taxpayers 'expense.”
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