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  • They were twisted in agonizing poses and their jaws appeared locked open, as if frozen in midscream.

    The Athena Project

  • The room suddenly filled with blaring distorted guitar and the voice of a punk chick midscream.

    I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone

  • He clapped his hands, twice; fake Preteela froze in midscream.

    Starfish

  • The cord around her chest cinched crushingly tight, and cut off her breathing in midscream.

    Time's Enemy

  • The strike snapped the horse's neck, silencing the beast in midscream.

    The Black Wing

  • They saw the bars of a jail, felt the confusion of a mazelike exhibit barely lit and stared at time-capsule photos of people in suits, in midscream, in bandages with blood trickling down their faces.

    Record Article Feed

  • But the merciless clear liquid stone poured into his mouth, silencing him in midscream, hardening so quickly he didn’t even have time to close his eyes.

    The Shattering

  • A smile crossed his face and he cried out triumphantly, a cry that altered in midscream to a raven’s croak.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » The Warlord and the Princess – page one

  • I JOLT UP from MY BED midscream, but I’m holding it inside because I don’t want to explain myself to Mrs. Rosencrantz again.

    You've Been Warned

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  • Trust was accumulated quickly, due primarily to the brute strength of the man's gentleness, his thereness. The girl knew from the outset that Hans Hubermann would always appear midscream, and he would not leave.

    --Markus Zusak, 2005, The Book Thief, p. 37

    March 24, 2010