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  • Three teenage boys sat on the low wall that cut sun-hot sand from the melting asphalt sidewalk.

    Beach Balls

  • He paid the candy-striped boy behind the iron grille and took command of boat 17, an aqua plastic double bathtub, settled her into the sun-hot seat and pushed away.

    The Worst Years of Your Life

  • She walked to the base of the statue, reached out and rested her hand on the sun-hot metal of his foot almost painful to touch.

    A Shadow in Summer

  • She was lifted to a sitting position and cradled against hard, sun-hot rivets.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • She kissed his sun-hot cheek and tasted dried salt.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • The air was abruptly perilous with fist-sized, brightly luminous spheres -- sun-hot ball lightning.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Taph, the boy, crept stealthily up a sun-hot slab, peeking around it from time to time to be sure that the moly blossom still nodded on the other side.

    The Unicorn Trade

  • Not far ahead the nuclear holocaust was raging: a number of armoured vehicles opened fire on the subterranean installations and the sun-bright and sun-hot impulse beams burrowed downward.

    Mystery of the Anti

  • The arrow flew sideways, riding the sun-hot torch which burned its belly.

    World of Ptavvs

  • And, too, the long sun-hot day at the airfield was ahead of them.

    King Rat

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