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  • Sacred reading, that's a bit misleading on Good Friday and many's the year I've spent the day robed and choired and singing for several hours, but I'm in an lapsed Anglican organised religion phase right now, yet that doesn't mean you don't mark the day somehow.

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  • March 22, 2008 at 2:37 pm i thimk skotch is definitlee an ack choired tayste.

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  • In unison, as a hundred languages choired below them, the imaginary stars and planets lifted into the higher regions of air, sputtering and fading as they caught a sudden wind and scattered, in a babble of fire and voices, over the bay of Istar.

    The Dark Queen

  • II Riverwind, borrowed from night, grew as the eyes of the People, reading the air, the descending wind, the back of his mind a prophet, a jackal, while the cry of the leopard, unheard by the People except at the place where the world falls over, choired at the back of his head.

    The Magic of Krynn

  • II Riverwind, borrowed from night, grew as the eyes of the People, reading the air, the descending wind, the back of his mind a prophet, a jackal, while the cry of the leopard, unheard by the People except at the place where the world falls over, choired at the back of his head.

    The Magic of Krynn

  • She had turned and looked down, as she always did when human complexities made her seek reassurance as to the worth of this world, on the shiny mud-flats, blue-veined with the running tides, and green marshes where the redshanks choired.

    The Judge

  • From the choired Gods advancing, the SPIRIT of the EARTH made reverence meet

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  • Here the Toronto Consort ensemble and guests position themselves and their instruments around a church and in the balconies for an encircled performance of carols, German love songs and Michael Praetorius's four-choired

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  • Unlike them, I grew up in God's own garden, a shadowy and solemn rainforest cathedral choired by birds of paradise and guarded by poisonous vines, stink bugs, and death adders.

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  • Unlike them, I grew up in God's own garden, a shadowy and solemn rainforest cathedral choired by birds of paradise and guarded by poisonous vines, stink bugs, and death adders.

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