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  • n. Plural form of flashcube.


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  • It's never explained, but Sally carries around a 1970s-era Polaroid, replete with bygone flashcubes, with which she captures the creatures; a laptop, yes, would have been cumbersome.

    'Idiot Brother': Silly, Satirical and Smart

  • I saw lights like antiquated flashcubes, the tall square ones that leave your eyes gasping, everything smooth and silver.

    The Spear Master

  • She spotted sawhorse barricades and police cruisers, people milling and scuffling and photographers popping flashcubes, and she thought she caught the first taste of gas.


  • There are original Coca-Cola "It's the Real Thing!" bellbottoms, suitable for framing; Danish modern furnishings; tiki bar accessories; paint-by-number art; a perfectly preserved box of flashcubes; and a black rotary-dial telephone.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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