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  • Other useful clothing options include a large white-plumed hat and a pair of luminescent running shoes with good traction.

    Crossing the carretera

  • Tessa glanced toward the woman in the white-plumed hat.

    Clockwork Angel

  • Some ant followers are versatile enough to find food by various methods, but others such as the white-plumed antbird, Pithys albifrons, and the rufous-throated antbird, Gymnopithys rufigula are specialists, depending utterly on the armies they follow.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Both the white-plumed and the rufousthroated antbirds seem to require a largish feeding area—large enough that they share it with at least a couple of ant colonies putting their armies on the march daily.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • His face was fresh and rosy, his white-plumed hat, tilted to one side, disclosed his curled and pomaded hair besprinkled with powdery snow.

    War and Peace

  • The soldiers obeyed, faces unchanging beneath the rims of their helmets, though their white-plumed officer shook his head, and the High Lord put on a condescending smile.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • Two young women kneeling against the wall behind the High Lady held white-plumed fans ready if the breeze should fail.

    The Shadow Rising

  • A tall warrior, in full armour and white-plumed helm, entered the room.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • A Fusilier behind him raised a musket and aimed at the neck beneath the white-plumed hat.

    Sharpe's Enemy

  • By the time Conan let his third arrow fly-the feathered shaft lanced through the eye-slit of the foremost horseman's white-plumed helmet; the man threw his hands to his face and rolled backwards over the rump of his still racing horse-the enemy had closed too much for bows to be of further use.

    Conan The Triumphant


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