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  • A child who has been crying all day long, and perhaps half the night, in a lonely dim-lit cell, and is preyed upon by terror, simply cannot eat food of this coarse, horrible kind.

    THE HUNGER WAIL

  • Everything from the worn bartop to the shadowy booths in the dim-lit corners of the room was hewn from some unknown dark lumber, no doubt tinted further by the residue of decades of cigarette smoke.

    Salvadora

  • I peek inside at the dim-lit, romantic little restaurant, and decide to pop in -- just for a minute.

    Estee Stanley: New York City: A Love Story

  • Instead, he wandered through the silent rooms, across the patios, and along the dim-lit halls.

    CHAPTER XXX

  • A shaft of light shot across the dim-lit sea and wrapped boat and man in a splendor of red and gold.

    Nam-Bok, the Unveracious

  • I peek inside at the dim-lit, romantic little restaurant, and decide to pop in -- just for a minute.

    Estee Stanley: New York City: A Love Story

  • I peek inside at the dim-lit, romantic little restaurant, and decide to pop in -- just for a minute.

    Estee Stanley: New York City: A Love Story

  • A shaft of light shot across the dim-lit sea and wrapped boat and man in

    NAM-BOK THE UNVERACIOUS

  • On Saturday in Los Angeles, 12 slightly nervous women (myself included) entered a dim-lit room with hardwood floors (a little bit like a yoga studio, but with five "stripper" poles).

    Tabby Biddle: Women's Empowerment: Now With More Fun

  • “The dim-lit city, starting up like an aroused sleeper... was in an instant clothed with such flaming radiance as man has never made before,” reported the Los Angeles Times, with a perhaps pardonable excess of enthusiasm.

    Colossus

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