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  • The forest of Dunway gave way to rocky land covered in tussocky grasses and wind-twisted bushes and trees.

    Voice of the Gods

  • A few wind-twisted plants clung precariously to the barren landscape, but there was no sign of anything moving.

    Curse of the Shadowmage

  • Setting her down behind something that looked a little like a wind-twisted pine, except that its trunk was smooth and gray, streaked with black, he pointed, and she nodded silently.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • It was startling to see trees again, real trees, towering oaks and leatherleaf in actual thickets rather than an occasional wind-twisted, stunted shape, and tall grass waving in the breeze across the hills.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • Rain clamored on the dugout roof, dripped off the edge of it in wind-twisted cascades, and collected in puddles on the worn concrete steps.


  • He rested his hand on the trunk of a wind-twisted tree.


  • The foghorn sounded again as I spotted the Ranchero some fifty feet ahead, pulled onto the verge in the shelter of a wind-twisted cypress.

    There's Something In A Sunday

  • They halted before the rings were quite faded by the coming of the grayish predawn light to encamp on the top of a small rise where a trio of wind-twisted trees gave shelter.

    Flight in Yiktor

  • Dry clumps of grass, with here and there a wind-twisted bush, were gray instead of green, and there were a number of outcrops of rock, some large and standing as if to suggest the ruin he was in had had much older neighbors of which only a few wind-chiseled remnants remained.

    Flight in Yiktor

  • Eden avoided his gaze and looked out to the building waves, scraping the wind-twisted strands of hair from her cheek.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue


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