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  • Kit waved his hand in a general direction northward over the storm-lashed lake.

    THE TASTE OF THE MEAT

  • In the main scene we were shown, Tintin encounters Captain Haddock for the first time onboard a storm-lashed ship.

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  • Club Noir's Summer Holiday, GlasgowIf your holiday this year is set to be the annual couple of weeks in some storm-lashed Spanish resort, there's a lot to be said for the escapism of this equatorial burlesque beano, complete with palm trees, limbo-dancing and a parade of hula girls.

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  • As part of the research, I spent six months on the road around the UK, sitting in stone circles on fiery summer dawns, creeping through haunted castles, stalking storm-lashed moors at twilight, all the time searching for the places that still resonated with the power of ancient days.

    TATTOO MACHINE IS AWESOME; And Recent Omnivoracious Features

  • Last time I caught the Moodies was last year in Sept in Plymouth, England on a storm-lashed day.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Down and crashing down fell the trees, the noise of their fall accompanying the battle chant of the Valkyr beside me like wild harp chords of storm-lashed surf.

    The Metal Monster

  • Biscay, or off the storm-lashed rocks of Finisterre, we set down the author in question as a gross impostor, and had a mind to quarrel with him for leading us into this cruel error.

    Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo

  • Baltic with storm-lashed guns, on which the sea-salt cakes!

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • Under computer control, the limousine roared along the storm-lashed elevated road.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • Once more, there was nothing to see upon the storm-lashed plains, hour upon hour.

    The Dragons at War

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