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  • In one of the few soft touches, the walls behind the lantern-lit booths in the dining room display photographs of Wiedmaier playing with his sons and riding his cherished motorcycle.

    Mussel Bar: Wiedmaier's latest is a letdown, bar none

  • Few caf é s and bars stay open past 10 p.m., mandated by a 11:30 p.m. curfew I told you this was a morning town, so forget about grabbing a last call, and instead make your way to the lantern-lit Night Market to pick out some silk scarves and silver jewelry.

    The Mekong's Last Undiscovered City

  • The table around which they stood had a surface about a handswidth wide, surrounding a wide circular well an arm's length across and as deep as a fist, its bottom faced with polished stone that glinted in the lantern-lit barn.

    The DreydelMaker (exerpt)

  • Conan waited patiently behind the creature as it waddled inside the lantern-lit hut, and then turned to again face Conan.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Afterwards, guests return to the resort's island to bike along torch- and lantern-lit jungle paths, visiting themed "pit stops," including a Thai street market with cocktails and a live band, a Japanese area serving sushi and sake and a Mediterranean tapas bar with flamenco music.

    Holiday Inns

  • (In one case, a pediatrician who's been working in a lantern-lit clinic on the edge of civilization starts to go over the edge; he's losing faith in the purpose of his mission.)

    'Splice': Bloody Good Bride of Frankenstein

  • Willem said it was a capital notion, and I forced a cheery agreement, so then we waited while Kralta donned her evening finery, and presently we strolled through the lantern-lit gardens to the New Casino, with Beefy acting as rearguard and taking post at the entrance as we passed into the salon.


  • He slipped inside her and rocked with her in the lantern-lit darkness, until her body burned and the howling of the wind was forgotten.


  • Lawn, the dark-haired girl with the partly shaved scalp, was inside the lantern-lit tent with a half-naked young man whose chest was covered with samples of his work.


  • I looked back at the handless dwarf, but he was nearly out of sight down the lantern-lit hall.

    Father Swarat


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