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  • n. The light of dusk


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  • Maybe she could hang a cartridge on a nail and find it a day or two later and feel her brain successfully recall the same memory again—a new pathway forged through the dusklight.

    Memory Wall

  • Shops lined the nearest streets, gaudy neon-lit things with floodlights piercing the dusklight.

    Jason Stoddard, Strange and Happy » Blog Archive » Eternal Franchise, 4.3 of 31.1

  • His back is bowed and he coughs into his hand, smoke blanketing him and dissolving into dusklight.

    Between Here and the Yellow Sea

  • The gray dusklight from the large arched window on his left made his face seem blanched and intense, and his wide gray eyes searched at the priest as if measuring him and making estimates.

    A Canticle for Leibowitz

  • While it's weird to be battling zombies while the sun is still up, it's certainly pretty; there's something about the friscalating dusklight that makes you want to stop shooting zombies for half a second and just soak it all in.

    IGN Xbox 360


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