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  • A billowing black-red chaos consumed every man on deck and in the sea.

    End of Time

  • A high oven, the black-red globes under a lid of kitchen foil, they spent an hour baking till their flesh would easily take the point of a skewer.

    Nigel Slater's beet leaf salad and grilled halloumi recipes

  • Here was where the Demons had battled in his vision-hordes of them beneath a black-red sky filled with green lightning.

    Tran Siberian

  • Its huge, black-red flowers have been prized by gardeners for centuries.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Off to starboard, he saw the two black-red orbs streaking toward them.

    String Theory, Book 3: Evolution

  • You can have fun with flowers too; I use black-red roses for my Halloween party.

    The Art and Craft of Entertaining

  • One place set, one bottle of black-red wine from a cupboard, a single fine glass.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Here was where the Demons had battled in his vision — hordes of them beneath a black-red sky filled with green lightning.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • That head was resting turned upon the shoulder, and no longer could I recognise the once handsome Cossack face, so buried was the jaunty forelock under a clot of black-red mud, and concealed by a swelling which had made its appearance above the left ear.

    Through Russia

  • In an instant that seemed very much like an eternity, Buffy reached out into the ether, the black-red void, and tried to grab hold of her own flesh, the body of the Slayer.

    The Lost Slayer

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