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  • Beyond, on the opposing slope, the vague outlines of a glacier loomed dead-white through the driving rain.

    SIWASH

  • Their Siwash socks were similarly conditioned, and when these had been thawed and removed, the dead-white tips of the toes, in the various stages of mortification, told their simple tale of the trail.

    THE WISDOM OF THE TRAIL

  • She put both arms around my mother, and my mom felt the clammy dead-white skin attaching itself to her back like an octopus.

    the snake charmer

  • Francine put both arms around Bess, and Bess felt the woman's clammy dead-white skin attaching itself to her back.

    Summer At Lake Elsinore

  • Tattoos would have added some visual interest and helped cover all that dead-white motionless flesh.

    Silver Zombie

  • He looked up then; his face was dead-white, unshaven and sheened with a cold sweat that had soaked his hair and shirt.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • He fell to the left, hitting his dead-white head against the stones.

    Kahen no Ame

  • Following her down was a large, flabby man with dead-white hair.

    Kahen no Ame

  • Her large black eyes, accentuated by heavy kohl makeup, set off her rounded, dead-white face.

    Theda Bara.

  • But the threat of having their eyes popped out like a pair of pearls from an oyster shell, as I put it in my best Captain Jack Sparrow voice, did turn their dead-white complexions greener than crme de menthe.

    Dancing with Werewolves

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