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  • We spent many midnight hours at summer camp, huddled on the damp ground by the mist-shrouded lake, dreaming about visiting each other at school.

    Jared Sampson's Mom

  • Nowhere is safe, not mist-shrouded Transylvania or the Italian Riviera or even a sleepy town in Maine.

    John Joseph Adams » 2009 » August

  • The nightmare ended on a scream of terror as a man plunged earthward before being lost among mist-shrouded rocks.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Umber was convinced that Loden had murdered his eldest brother, Argent, by pushing him from the top of a mist-shrouded waterfall during a hunt.

    End of Time

  • Once at their destination, William and Jecca gazed up through the acacia trees at the jagged, mist-shrouded peak.

    William and Kate

  • I stared up into the mist-shrouded sky and searched for signs of life.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • My path took me through mist-shrouded houses and down to the river.

    Fire The Sky

  • Now he serves as an apparently immortal gatekeeper and guardian of the ISLA MYSTERIA™, a mist-shrouded archipelago of islands made of notions, ideas, dreams, all of which are wellsprings of creativity and energy.

    The Codex Continual » Bulwark Comics: John Unknown

  • JAKARTA, Indonesia — Lonnie Thompson spent years preparing for his expedition to the remote, mist-shrouded mountains of eastern Indonesia, hoping to chronicle the affect of global warming on the last remaining glacier in the Pacific.

    Indonesia's Last Glacier Will Melt Within Years

  • A team of scientists has discovered a lost world of rare plants, giant flowers and bizarre animals -- including a new species of honeyeater bird, a tree kangaroo and an egg-laying mammal -- on a mist-shrouded mountaintop in a remote province of Indonesia on New Guinea island.

    Science Project


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