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  • And the title so apt as the line of Weasels crawled their way across the Martian plain through the star-shot darkness.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Buccari looked out into space, at star-shot blackness.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • Massaged my side, dropped my head back, and looked up at the star-shot sky.

    The Dangerous Hour

  • The sky was star-shot, with a sliver of new moon — not much light pollution this far from the towns that lined the 101 corridor.

    The Dangerous Hour

  • Then raw panic clutched him and, convulsively, he emptied his entire magazine into the dazzling, star-shot night.

    Step into Chaos

  • They disembarked the Tula Point tube station in gauzy, star-shot Overhead, Wolfbane's two moons, Mutt and Jeff, chased other in slow-motion arabesques; at the end of the station's form, a single lamp glowed against chrome railings.

    Delta Search

  • Spanish shot, which are of four sorts: pike-shot, star-shot, chain-shot, and link-shot, all admirably contrived, as well for the destruction of the masts and rigging of ships, as for sweeping the decks of their men.

    Fox's Book of Martyrs Or A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive Protestant Martyrs

  • And they fought and rolled until Morgan felt something hard under his oppressed back, and groped for it in the star-shot agony of sinewy fingers choking out his life.

    Trail's End

  • Out of the star-shot dusk emerged the speeding whiteness of Julia.

    Angel Island

  • The sweet, fresh air, the star-shot void above, acted as a powerful tonic to his shattered hopes and overwrought nerves.

    The Mad King


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