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  • With its flowing lines, gullwing (more like bat-wing) doors and retro-futuristic interior, the Ryuga is simply stunning any way you look at it.

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  • The early Delphos gowns had short bat-wing sleeves, laced along their tops.

    Fortuny’s “Delphos” Gown | Edwardian Promenade

  • Joss fell in love with a red gown with embroidered bat-wing sleeves and bodice and a high open collar that framed her neck.

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  • With its flowing lines, gullwing (more like bat-wing) doors and retro-futuristic interior, the Ryuga is simply stunning any way you look at it.

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  • She was famous for wearing her custom designed bat-wing and butterfly eyeglasses, along with a slash of bright red lipstick and extravagant earrings.

    Mary Hall: New York Fashion Week: Milly Spring 2011 Inspired by Peggy Guggenheim

  • Indeed, the MOST credible scientists and artists I know of, do not subscribe to the bat-wing model that FORCES pterosaurs to be quadrupeds.

    Life's Time Capsule: Questions about Pterosaurs #1

  • For much of our correspondence, David has expressed a desire to add a book of his own to this bat-wing of world fiction, and I'm happy to announce that his first novel, FANTOMAS IN AMERICA, has just been published by Black Coat Press imprint of Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier, authors of the indispensible McFarland reference work FRENCH SCIENCE FICTION FANTASY, HORROR AND PULP FICTION.

    Fantômas Strikes Again

  • For much of our correspondence, David has expressed a desire to add a book of his own to this bat-wing of world fiction, and I'm happy to announce that his first novel, FANTOMAS IN AMERICA, has just been published by Black Coat Press imprint of Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier, authors of the indispensible McFarland reference work FRENCH SCIENCE FICTION FANTASY, HORROR AND PULP FICTION.

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  • Young said she started worrying earlier in the day when she saw televised video of a fallen Apache helicopter that had the bat-wing insignia of her son's unit, the "Vampires" – so called because they usually fly at night.

    Ronald D. Young Jr.

  • Night, like bat-wing, brushes with sound like shifting sea that waves and laps and hushes upon eternity's edge, a changeless change, a memory of forever.

    Cosmogonies

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