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  • She saw fields beyond, rolling hills in the background, and a cloud-flecked sky.


  • Two weeks out to-day, on a balmy sea, under a cloud-flecked sky, and slipping an easy eight knots through the water to a light easterly wind.


  • It was a great picture: the river rushing blackly between its crystalline walls; beyond, the green woods stretching upward to touch the cloud-flecked summer sky; and over all, like a furnace blast, the hot sun beating down.

    CHAPTER 25

  • Here and there, scattered stands of birch thrust thin skeletal fingers toward a cloud-flecked sky.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • The cloud-flecked blue sky of the Bellwoods had been obliterated by a pervasive gray-green gloom that disheartened the soul as well as the eye.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • No bigger than a cotton ball, it drifted upward until it finally dissipated beneath the pellucid blue of the cloud-flecked sky.

    Carnivores of Light and Darkness

  • As the low-altitude transport jet screamed through cloud-flecked sky, he watched the landscape change be-neath him.

    The Howling Stones

  • Then she saw the cloud-flecked blue sky as the Cimmerian lifted her out of the craft and carried her in his arms toward the shore.

    Conan and The Gods of The Mountain

  • The Yamagata jet roared overhead, rattling his bones with its noise, then dwindled into the bright cloud-flecked sky.

    Empire Builders

  • As the plane dwindled into the cloud-flecked sky, Nobo turned to Tamara and said, "I have much to do."

    Empire Builders


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