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  • The ice-sheathed trees twinkle in the morning drabness; a branch broken under the weight of ice touches the pavement, rattling its frozen tips.

    Excerpt: The Lazarus Project by Aleksandar Hemon

  • They were out of Bayarn Wood, and gathering enough wood would have meant taking an axe to one of the gnarled, ice-sheathed trees that grew on the hills by the road.

    THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD

  • Or cling desperately to ice-sheathed rock overhangs while their manly owner grapnels for pitons with his carabiniers, or whatever.

    In Memoriam.

  • Uhura tried to peer in the direction she indicated, but the fiery sapphire glare of the Janus Gate was all she could see reflected in the ice-sheathed wall.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • Uhura tried to peer in the direction she indicated, but the fiery sapphire glare of the Janus Gate was all she could see reflected in the ice-sheathed wall.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • Uhura tried to peer in the direction she indicated, but the fiery sapphire glare of the Janus Gate was all she could see reflected in the ice-sheathed wall.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • Hayman jetted toward the far side of the ice-sheathed ship, where a brighter arc of lights was trained on the Defiant's main hatch.

    Time's Enemy

  • She glanced toward the ice-sheathed science station and shivered.

    Time's Enemy

  • His legs weak and trembling with both fear and exhaustion, the elf pressed his back against the ice-sheathed stone of what must once have been the wall of Thorbardin™s Northgate, waiting for Finn and Kem to climb with painfully slow care over a tumble of rocks and gravel.

    Stormblade

  • Vivar led the exhausted men to a cave that was hidden by ice-sheathed laurels.

    Sharpe's Rifles

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