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  • Bullets smacked about him, and puffs of stone-dust flew out, but he won safely across.

    THE DEVILS OF FUATINO

  • A smith minds the soldering of his irons and the sharpening of the axe more than those little things accessory to these main matters, as the kindling of the coals and preparing the stone-dust.

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • Within the ruined dome, surrounded by stone-dust and bits of broken masonry, lay a man on a golden block.

    The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian

  • The tiles are light, durable and can be made by using locally available raw materials: cement, sand and stone-dust.

    Chapter 12

  • The tiles are light, durable and can be made using locally available raw materials: cement, sand and stone-dust.

    Chapter 12

  • The white stone-dust in their hair gave them an air of age and wisdom that few of them deserved.

    River God

  • The great monolith called First Sentinel, standing just at the edge of the collapse, teetered and swayed, then disintegrated and fell into the hole, raising more clouds of stone-dust.

    The Covenant of the Forge

  • As Aldhelm's blood was blackening on the stone, so fragments of lichen and stone-dust were embedded in Aldhelm's wounds.

    The Holy Thief

  • Within the ruined dome, surrounded by stone-dust and bits of broken masonry, lay a man on the golden block.

    The Conan Chronicles

  • That night he had a sore throat from his preaching and from inhaling the stone-dust, and had to submit to the ministrations of his wife,

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

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