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white-plastered

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  • The agricultural landscape of Roslagen spread out around her, dark brown soil in frostbitten furrows, islands of buildings, rust-red–painted farmhouses and white-plastered barns.

    Red Wolf

  • Dainyl followed her through the modest-sized white-plastered entry hall and up a wide curved stairway to the second level.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • In one way, there was nothing at all remarkable-nine round tables and chairs, wooden floors, white-plastered walls, bronze lamps in brackets on the walls.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • Outside, in Alexandria's streets, all was late afternoon heat, pale dust, and the glare of sunlight off white-plastered walls.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Under a white-plastered vaulted ceiling, rose damask covered the walls between the pillars framing the windows, but failed to impart warmth to the conference room.

    Darkness

  • Some of the dwellings are white-plastered, and some have tile roofs.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Less than two hundred cubits beyond the house with the chickens, a thin white-haired man turns toward the sound of hoofs, gawks for a moment, and then runs, spindly-legged, toward a white-plastered dwelling on the north side of the road that leads toward the central square.

    Scion of Cyador

  • A fairly spacious room lay beyond, cool, darkish, neatly white-plastered between stone flagging and massive timbers.

    Operation Luna

  • The green company had reined up and waited at the base of the lane that wound up toward the white-plastered building.

    Darksong Rising

  • After the first three introductory bars, Anna began the spell, her voice open and free and cascading across the white-plastered stone walls of Flossbend.

    Darksong Rising

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