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  • One icy morning in early spring when Lance opened the toilet door, he saw a rat scuttle away behind a rag-wrapped pipe.

    Portobello

  • One holds a horrible old boot in his hand, and gesticulates with it, while his other hand caresses his rag-wrapped foot.

    A Modern Utopia

  • He took up the rag-wrapped sword, unfolded the filthy cloth from a plain, serviceable bull's-hide grip, and pulled the blade from the sheath.

    2005

  • She unpacked there on the boards, rummaged out the hat, a pile of dirty clothes and blankets, the rag-wrapped shape of a sword; a few clay bowls, a tin pot, several small packets neatly done up with braided straw cord.

    2005

  • Something seemed wrong, though; an air of uneasiness curled among the cracked boots and rag-wrapped feet of the crowd like the cold draft from the door.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • And now, with Prauo's loot from that first haul, was hidden a rag-wrapped bundle of small pieces of jewelry.

    Beast Master's Circus

  • Obediently, the loaded mule continued downslope on rag-wrapped hooves.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • His rag-wrapped feet tracked gunk to the three bedrooms.

    The Flower Man

  • Guilt jabbed like a sharp stone beneath her rag-wrapped feet, blistering her with the knowledge that it was nearly dawn.

    A GIFT OF LOVE

  • Guilt jabbed like a sharp stone beneath her rag-wrapped feet, blistering her with the knowledge that it was nearly dawn.

    A GIFT OF LOVE

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