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  • Then fell upon them this murderous Folk, whom they call the Dusky Men; and they fought and were overcome, and many of them were slain, and many enthralled, and the remnant of them escaped through the passes of the mountains and came back to dwell in Shadowy Vale, where their forefathers had dwelt long and long ago; and this overthrow befell them ten years agone.

    The Roots of the Mountains; Wherein Is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale

  • "Dusky" ducks become legal game Nov. 1 in the High Plains and Nov. 4 in the North and South Zones.

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  • I suppose I ate, all together, about $20 worth of Dusky Dans.

    A short reading list for the congressional Class of 2010

  • And there he found Dusky Burns doing so well with the claim, there was no need for him to be around.

    Flush of Gold

  • Federalist papers published rumors about him consorting with one of his slaves, usually labeled "Dusky Sally" in the stories.

    A Short History of Political Suicide

  • Dave put Dusky Burns in charge of the Mammon Creek claim, and himself lingered on in Dawson.

    Flush of Gold

  • Federalist papers published rumors about him consorting with one of his slaves, usually labeled "Dusky Sally" in the stories.

    A Short History of Political Suicide

  • For the occasion the Parks Department had produced a handsome little field guide with all the salamanders the children could conceivably stumble across, and a few they couldn't—terrestrial, stream-breeding, pond-breeding; the rather arresting Eastern Red-Backed (I assume the one in question), the slimy, the Northern Two-Lined, the Northern Dusky, the Northern Red; (should I go on?)

    City Salamander Hunt

  • But although many of his songs are now standards of jazz and blues ( "Dusky Stevedore" is one of the few numbers recorded by both Louis Armstrong and Bix Beiderbecke), the man himself is barely known.

    A Harlem Hero Gets a Tune-Up

  • Surely, if they tried at all, they could find SOMEthing other than "Darkest Dusky Mold", or "John Deere Green" for these *festive* things.

    This Just In

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