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  • Finally, the trumpeter faced the black-veiled widow and played taps.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • A black-veiled woman in a scarlet dress rides a wild-maned white horse out of the moonlit forest and into the room.

    Black Dust Mambo

  • When she stood alongside her black-veiled mother and brother at his funeral, I was only a few years older than she.

    David Margolick: Caroline Kennedy: All Entitled, All the Time

  • And so, along with a gaggle of girls, a few boys, and many eager and a few not so eager parents, I crammed into the lower level of the intimate black-veiled concert space.

    On the scene: 'Breaking Dawn' Concert Series |

  • I imagine my mom in a black-veiled Jackie O hat, sobbing.

    My Sister’s Keeper

  • Amid heavy military and police security, black-veiled women wailed as demonstrators nearby marched with banners, chanting,

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Not entirely, though she had heard all sorts of terrible stories about black-veiled Aiel.

    Lord of Chaos

  • All around him Aiel, some unclothed or only half but all black-veiled, fought Trollocs with tusked boars 'snouts or wolves' muzzles or eagles 'beaks, some with heads horned or crested with feathers, wielding those oddly curved swords and spiked axes, hooked tridents and spears.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • If some people still occasionally used "black-veiled Aiel" as a term for someone violent, it was testimony to the impression the Aiel War had left, but that was twenty years in the past, now, and the Aiel had never come out of the Waste before or since.

    The Dragon Reborn

  • I've run into black-veiled Aiel and they have not cut my throat; luck cannot get much better than that.

    The Dragon Reborn


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