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  • Yours too, as you thought about your own time-scarred photos.

    The readers' room: what you thought of G2 this week

  • A time-scarred wooden desk lay buried under a disorderly mass of papers.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • A time-scarred wooden desk lay buried under a disorderly mass of papers.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • From among the monuments and time-scarred headstones, looming darkly in the forbidding silence, an apparition arose, and to Flea's vivid imagination it seemed as if voiceless gray ghosts were peopling God's Acre on all sides.

    From the Valley of the Missing

  • "Sure, Mr. Pierrepont will be delighted," I announced, leaping into the vehicle, and soon we were mounting upward, battling with the winds around the time-scarred walls.

    Humorous Ghost Stories

  • At last with blare of bugle and throb of drum, that grand and melancholy procession of time-scarred veterans came to view, and their tattered flags and faded guidons brought quick tears to my father's eyes.

    A Daughter of the Middle Border

  • Then Jeanne and the old curé, in his time-scarred shovel-hat and his rusty soutane, followed by Toinette, turned round the corner of the lane and emerged into the main street.

    The Rough Road

  • There were no studio gimcracks, mercifully, to put into place; but the tableware was as far removed, on the other hand, from the ugly, heavy, time-scarred things at Flatfield and from the careless crudities of his own boarding-house.

    Under the Skylights

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