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  • The stones were all wind-worn like the tourelles at Neuvic, so they looked like soft loaves of bread.

    A Covert Affair

  • His wind-worn skin crinkled like leather as he squinted at her, as though he saw her slightly out of focus.

    When Rose Wakes

  • Otto was beside the busy robot, stripping the lichen off of the wind-worn stones and licking up the trapped moisture underneath.

    The Search For WondLa

  • So what if I look like some wind-worn fisherman, or golf caddy, from the Western Isles?

    THE ANTHOLOGIST

  • The sinuous, cantilevered exterior, executed in rugged, sand-colored limestone, brings to mind wind-worn canyons and cliffs.

    RETURN OF THE NATIVE

  • Behind his wind-worn years was hidden a determination for truth, and there was beauty ever about him and in his work which shall live forever.

    Tributes to Aldo Leopold

  • Morhion turned his horse around to face the gateway hovering in the air between two wind-worn standing stones.

    Curse of the Shadowmage

  • Atop the hill was a circle of wind-worn standing stones, raised by some forgotten folk.

    Curse of the Shadowmage

  • But when she peered out from beneath the overhanging shelf of wind-worn rock, the first thing she saw was a great copper-colored dragon on the wing, shining in the rising sun.

    The Elvenbane

  • So much depended on him, and he had only his memories of Fanny and of Abraham — whose wind-worn face swam before him now, split by a fatherly grin — to guide him.

    Tides Of Light

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