twelve-pointed love


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  • Back in 1911, when Charlie Soong had sent his middle daughter the flag of the new Chinese Republic with its twelve-pointed white sun, her roommates reported that she had climbed on a chair, pulled the old yellow-and-blue imperial dragon flag off the wall, and stomped on it.

    The Last Empress

  • He soon finished, and held up a model of a twelve-pointed star between his thumb and forefinger.

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  • The breastplate bore the pattern of a twelve-pointed star, his helm was formed in the likeness of two swan's wjngs done in shining steel.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Tonight he came as a stag brow heavy with twelve-pointed antlers, his reddishbrown coat gleaming in the starlight, his eyes heavy with riddles.



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  • Verb. To murder someone by impaling them on a mounted deer head.

    Usage: "Ooh, he just twelve-pointed Slippery Dan!" (Tom Nuttall, "Deadwood")

    February 4, 2007