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scimitar-shaped

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  • "The scimitar-shaped structure you notice out of the male is so distinctive," he said.

    Blah, Blah! Technology

  • "The scimitar-shaped structure you notice out of the male is so distinctive," he said.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Elena bends over with a grunt and picks up a scimitar-shaped slice of glass she missed.

    Tango

  • I'm tired and bleeding copiously after slicing my hand with the scimitar-shaped harvesting knife, but the Araujos seem positively exhilarated as they stride back to their house for breakfast, past the meticulously pruned Cabernet Sauvignon vines laden with knee-high clusters of purple grapes.

    Cultivating a Cult Cabernet

  • Elena's free hand darts toward his face, the scimitar-shaped piece of glass between thumb and forefinger.

    Tango

  •  His sense of the geography of Oz was limited, but its most salient feature was the scimitar-shaped spine of high mountains that curved up from south central Oz to the northwest.

    Son of a Witch

  • The girl with the scimitar-shaped curls skipped over to Nanoannie.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Lyman Carter kneeling over an African lion; Lyman Carter posing between a pair of antelope with scimitar-shaped horns; Lyman Carter ...

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Lyman Carter kneeling over an African lion; Lyman Carter posing between a pair of antelope with scimitar-shaped horns; Lyman Carter ...

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Horses, from the huge Percherons, with massive scimitar-shaped jaws looking eminently suitable for flattening platoons of Philistines, down to the skulls of donkeys, as stubbornly enduring in their miniature curves as those of the enormous draft horses.

    Dragonfly in Amber

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