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  • Famous as the birthplace of golf, St. Andrews was a drizzly, fog-shrouded, gray-to-the-marrow outpost jutting into the North Sea some seventy-five miles north of Edinburgh.

    William and Kate

  • Whales and dolphins also navigate and communicate by emitting waves, and we have learned to use sonar an acronym for sound navigation ranging to safely travel the fog-shrouded seas, day and night, on the surface and below the water.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • The majority of the film is in grainy black-and-white, reinforcing the view outside Iceland of the quartet as mythic and unknowable, as if it had risen from the fog-shrouded lava fields of its island home.

    The Return of Sigur Rós

  • I had a number of cheap pre-Raphaelite prints on the wall, plus a framed poster of a fog-shrouded section of the Northwest Coast that spoke to me.


  • I looked past her toward the bank of windows overlooking the fog-shrouded Pacific Ocean.


  • Bode Miller, who earned a medal in each of the three opening races in Whistler, straddled the fifth gate in the opening run on a fog-shrouded, snowy day.

    Italy wins first Olympic gold as Razzoli takes men's slalom

  • Standing on a mountaintop overlooking a fog-shrouded valley in Laos, and talking to one of his case officers, Vint Lawrence, who'd organized the Hmong tribes there, he was asked "if this is going to work out," says Carl.

    Michael Rose: Former CIA Director William Colby Subject of New Documentary

  • Kaczynski's aging, Russian-made presidential plane crashed on approach at the fog-shrouded Smolensk airport.

    William Bradley: Obama's Nuclear Strategy and the Russian Resurgence

  • Ahead, Burghardt led the break over the fog-shrouded summit, with Koren and Perez crossing second and third.

    Schleck wins on the foggy Tourmalet, but can’t drop Contador

  • Director Robert Stevenson worked closely with author Aldous Huxley on the script, but apart from the excellent cast and writing, what makes this version so memorable is its oppressive, darkly romantic Gothic atmosphere: in particular, Jane and Rochester's first terrifying meeting on the fog-shrouded moors will surely etch into your mind.

    John Farr: A Tale of Two Sisters: Hollywood's Longest Running Feud


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