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  • The old Italian spreads my eyelids with cold metal stretchers, cranking them impossibly wide, the scalpel shaking in his liver-spotted hands.

    What We See

  • SAGAL: ... into the roles of grandparents but they're still clutching onto their youth with their bony, mottled, liver-spotted hands.

    Panel Round Two

  • His brows rose into his wrinkled, liver-spotted forehead as he considered her words before nodding as if in agreement.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Harley lit a Gauloise and topped us up with an unsteady hand, lilac-veined and liver-spotted these days.

    'The Last Werewolf'

  • Youth casts its aura ever upward and age gropes towards it with both unsteady, liver-spotted hands.

    I hope when I finally grow up that I will become a Real Old Person | Tim Lott

  • And it's just a guess, but I suspect that. ''unsteady liver-spotted hands'' or not, none of them have any desire to substitute sipping tea and nibbling ginger biscuits while cackling and awaiting death as a replacement for life I certainly hope not until they drop off the twig.

    I hope when I finally grow up that I will become a Real Old Person | Tim Lott

  • I think if you just take out this one section, the rest would work better: “but her hands were not wrinkled and liver-spotted then”

    DANCING SNOWFLAKES • by Stef Hall

  • She had to be eighty if she was a day, he thought as he looked into her wrinkled, liver-spotted face, so why was she such a threat?

    FREE EXCERPT: Hater by David Moody (Chapter 1)

  • She was then bought by the unscrupulous Raleigh, a survivor of "coups and counter-coups, calorie plagues and starvation," who now "squats like a liver-spotted toad in his Ploenchit 'club,' smiling in self-satisfaction as he instructs newly arrived foreigners in the lost arts of pre-Contraction debauch."

    Paolo Bacigalupi's "The Windup Girl," winner of the Nebula Award

  • His grimace had become a scowl, and he wiped at his hollow cheek with the liver-spotted back of his hand.

    Three Corpse Brunch: Part One

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