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  • George Washington as a winged demon, and a blood-sucker, and a many-armed monster.

    George Washington as a winged demon

  • Dinosaur invasions, a line of lovers like many-armed gods.

    Dream Eater

  • I chewed through satin handcuffs, changed my appearance, and crawled through sewers to steer clear of the many-armed woman.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • In the Bagh, it was finally a little cool, and huge mango trees spread their many-armed branches over the paths, creating a permanent shade from the assault of the sun.

    Shadow Princess

  • So mother nature, or perhaps whichever of the many-armed Hindu goddesses feels that she could spare a couple of arms, won't you please send a few my way?

    Bits o' Brains

  • My Hindu girlfriend, with the cool belief in reincarnation and many-armed deities, urges me to have more respect for the Catholic Church.

    Kate Clinton: Sit on My Lapse

  • She looked longingly at a statue of a many-armed hero on a kind of granite unicycle.

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware

  • Feel free to add to the list, though I should warn you, if your idea's any good I'll be forced to steal it, claiming all media rights and adding another sinuous tentacle to the many-armed beast that is the Slimbo Media Empire.

    Extreme Foolishness

  • Rather, she explains, these pieces are the product of a networked culture, one in which it is not so difficult to imagine integration of discarded Evian bottles into a many-armed sea creature.

    Networked Nature at Foxy Production

  • He's like an omniscient, many-armed Hindu god of anecdotes he plucks them from every imaginable field of human endeavor.

    Blink: Summary and book reviews of Blink by Malcolm Gladwell.

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