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  • "Saturday night an 'another week gone," Mary said mournfully, her young cheeks pallid and hollowed, her black eyes blue-shadowed and tired.

    CHAPTER I

  • And slowly he realised that the sun was rising behind him, and the blue-shadowed plains rolling away to a distant horizon were in the west.

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  • And slowly he realised that the sun was rising behind him, and the blue-shadowed plains rolling away to a distant horizon were in the west.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • And slowly he realised that the sun was rising behind him, and the blue-shadowed plains rolling away to a distant horizon were in the west.

    Locations: Kinder Scout, Derbyshire

  • The grass and trees were still lit with a chilly dawn glow, blue-shadowed and mysterious, and Jamie seemed a solid point of reference, fixed in the shifting light.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • They hurried along a blue-shadowed trail through the trees.

    The Sea of Trolls

  • They hurried along a blue-shadowed trail through the trees.

    The Sea of Trolls

  • Kramer stood at the foot of its hatch, a blue-shadowed sculpture with wild, windswept gray hair; he nodded vague satisfaction as the cadets assembled before him.

    The Kobayashi Maru

  • The air was cool here, though the true cold lay in a simulacrum of an Arctic region where some polar cap had been preserved - glacier and snowfield, blue-shadowed white, and a black glimmer of sea between ice floes.

    Genesis

  • It conjured glistening blue-shadowed whiteness, snow men, snow angels, snowball fights, sledding, skiing, a fire in the fireplace where chestnuts roasted, and if she and Larry went on a hike and he stole a lass -- she'd make like it was his idea, of course -- how extra warm and cider-spicy!

    Operation Luna

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