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  • I turned my back on temptation and stepped out for the Bog Centre along a high stony laneway below the ridge, where the craggy heads of the Stiperstones stood magnificently against the rain-washed sky.

    Another journalist visits The Stiperstones

  • I turned my back on temptation and stepped out for the Bog Centre along a high stony laneway below the ridge, where the craggy heads of the Stiperstones stood magnificently against the rain-washed sky.

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  • Schroder leads him around to the passenger side where there are more rain-washed puddles of vomit.

    Blood Men

  • There was the rain-washed ravine that hooked left into a gravel road that ran along the Rio San Fransisco, where locals waded in the waters to launder their clothes and others loaded gravel into trucks.

    Messenger world championships go to the rookies in Guatemala

  • Schroder leads him around to the passenger side where there are more rain-washed puddles of vomit.

    Blood Men

  • Two minutes later I was bounding down the steps, jumping over the dimpled puddles under the trees, and waving my hand like a liberated prisoner at Rene, who stood in the sunlight just outside the dripping oak branches, her yellow pinafore brilliant against the wisteria and myrtle behind her, her face an unfolding flower in the rain-washed, shining air.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • (Soundbite of song, "My Time of Day") Unidentified Man #2: When the smell of the rain-washed pavement comes up clean and fresh and cold.

    How To Succeed In Showbiz: The Frank Loesser Story

  • (Soundbite of song, "My Time of Day") Unidentified Man #2: When the smell of the rain-washed pavement comes up clean and fresh and cold.

    How To Succeed In Showbiz: The Frank Loesser Story

  • Grinning, George steered the car down the spiraling ramp and out into the rain-washed San Diego night

    Transcript: Well-Rounded Worlds with Lynn Flewelling « Coyote Con

  • The night before had shrieked with wind and boomed with thunder, but dawn broke rain-washed and cool.

    The Secret of the Sealed Room

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