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  • Doing everything else, the little waggle of the fish's tail and the shadow cast by the fish, especially in the small to medium glass-clear streams of the Lehigh Valley, are THEEEE very clutch way to find fish during the day.

    Five Ways to Spot More Trout

  • He closed his eyes—it was long ago, so long ago, he had almost forgotten what it felt like to breathe in the glass-clear air that could only be found in Uppsala.

    Red Wolf

  • You simply cannot swim in warm, glass-clear, turquoise-colored sea in which you can look down and see your feet beneath the water and then go to, say, an Atlantic coast beach, let's say somewhere in the New York City area, where the water is all freezing cold, murky, brown, and utterly disgusting to look at.

    Native Tourist

  • It has a great deal of conceptual strength, and it's made glass-clear what Thomas sees in the character.

    Interesting Look at a Comic Proposal | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • On a sunny morning we anchored in twenty feet of glass-clear water.

    The Whale Warriors

  • He could see the real world just free, but as if through a pane of glass-clear, but something in between.

    Delta Search

  • We were well out to sea now and the white hounds worried closer and closer at our wake, standing out hard and stark in the glass-clear light.

    The Gates of Noon

  • Time suspended, she stared at him so, and he was forced to see, breath caught astounded, the grown woman in those glass-clear eyes.

    The Thorn Birds

  • One day he knelt to drink at a pool and in the glass-clear water saw a strange face staring back at him.

    Ring Around the Sun

  • There was none could coax a trout from a glass-clear pool with a dry fly like Alan

    The Wind Bloweth


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