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  • I was put onto a long silver-sided bus with blue stripes at the Greyhound terminal over at Clark and Randolph.

    Kings of Colorado

  • No silver-sided morsels manifested mem-selves alongside the boulder.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • I should not presume joy on the part of the silver-sided fish—no way to know—but we make a bigger mistake presuming the absence of shared motives.

    On anthropomorphizing

  • Beneath Mount Copleston a thunderous waterfall poured off the tundra into a deep pool where we landed seven char — silver-sided hens and black-mouthed males with hooked jaws.

    The Great Alaskan Cast and Blast

  • In the deep dark pool of which the old man had spoken the silver-sided salmon was lying under a rock.

    The Orange Fairy Book

  • I saw it when it broke the water, silver-sided with a green back shading to black, fierce and vigorous, a true giant of the river.

    Kushiel's Avatar

  • Small silver-sided cephalopods leaped into the air ahead of them, strips of mirror flashing in the sun.

    The Howling Stones

  • Flinx saw a waterfall of silver-sided vines plunging into the abyss, flashing light from leaf to reflective leaf as they bounced precious sunshine to light-hungry growths down in the emerald depths.

    Mid Flinx

  • Flinx stared as the silver-sided mountain expanded and drew alongside the catamaran.

    For Love of Mother-Not

  • The freight car in question was new, silver-sided, with the slanted red KR of Kenya Railways.



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