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  • Her pallor and the bluish-black shadows under her eyes made her appear old and frail and sick.

    Lifted

  • Her pallor and the bluish-black shadows under her eyes made her appear old and frail and sick.

    Lifted

  • Ghost hunter lady gets to watch the history of the freaky murders first hand (cause now she's dead) and gets to hang out for all eternity in a bluish-black and white world with this family of people who have been dead for 20 years.

    Back from Camping

  • The insistent cawing of black crows brought my attention to the cloudless blue sky and the bluish-black wings of the birds circling above us.

    No Mercy

  • Her pallor and the bluish-black shadows under her eyes made her appear old and frail and sick.

    Lifted

  • The insistent cawing of black crows brought my attention to the cloudless blue sky and the bluish-black wings of the birds circling above us.

    No Mercy

  • Her pallor and the bluish-black shadows under her eyes made her appear old and frail and sick.

    Lifted

  • Her travel-weary suit was traded for a thob aswad, a bluish-black voluminous dress with broad sleeves and deep, pointed lapels.

    The Black Madonna

  • He must have gone walkabout when I insisted on excluding him from using the toilet with me and discovered a cache of office supplies because I just looked over at my brand new, deliciously antique carpet and saw a bluish-black smear of ink from a pen cartridge he has chewed to pulp.

    Vicki Iovine: Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce: I Hate Dogs, Especially Mine!

  • "They're fireflies," says Timon, "that got stuck in that big bluish-black thing."

    How Kids See the World

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