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  • BRITTO: I absolutely get that since Barack is skin-covered inspiration for us all.

    CNN Transcript Jan 20, 2009

  • Olms are pale and sightless, although their skin-covered eyes are still light sensitive.

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  • Unlike the unpigmented nominal form with its skin-covered eyes, P.a. parkelj (presently known only from Bela Krajina in SE Slovenia) is dark brown or black and has externally visible (albeit small) eyes.

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  • Unlike last year when another reporter and I arrived for Paris 'party at the same club at 11 p.m. and sat comfortably on the faux-python skin-covered sofas - imagining a relaxed evening with a birds-eye view.

    Dana Kennedy: Sleepless In St. Tropez

  • The challenges are to do so without losing the “soliflore” on the way, without overloading the base with long lasting but muddying notes, without losing track of what we are here for – singing praise for a certain beautiful note that nature conceived and bringing it from the garden to our own skin-covered temple.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The new hotel is located above the Salvatore Ferragamo men's store on fashionable Via Condotti in Rome, and the interior design features boar skin-covered tables and furniture and curtains tailored as beautifully as a Ferragamo suit.

    From Haute to Hotel © Warapuru/AP Anouska...

  • The drums used are both the Dualla form — all wood — and the ordinary skin-covered drum, and I think if I catalogue fifes made of wood, I shall have nearly finished the Bubi orchestra.

    Travels in West Africa

  • Some mages had surrendered; others lay dying, the loss of their power turning their bodies into skin-covered skeletons before they were dead.

    The Realms of the Gods

  • He was little more than a skin-covered skeleton, as unhealthy an animal as Daine had ever seen.

    The Realms of the Gods

  • Some mages had surrendered; others lay dying, the loss of their power turning their bodies into skin-covered skeletons before they were dead.

    The Realms of the Gods

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