FOLDS


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FOLDSFiber Optical Laser Designator System
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Then he felt himself gently lifted until he was swaying in the air, with the folds of the leaf hugging him on all sides.
Ojo wondered if Scraps had stopped screaming, or if the folds of the leaf prevented his hearing her.
Suddenly the whole leaf toppled and fell, carrying the boy with it, and while he sprawled at full length the folds slowly relaxed and set him free.
The beauty of the island is unveiled as diminishing distance shows you in distincter shape its lovely peaks, but it keeps its secret as you sail by, and, darkly inviolable, seems to fold itself together in a stony, inaccessible grimness.
She laughed, and in fragmentary sentences tried to explain about a doll which she produced from the folds of her frock.
At nightfall he drove his flock back to the fold, saw that the gate was secure and retired to his cave for refreshment and for dreams.
It is kind of thee, O Hastur," so he prayed, "to give me mountains so near to my dwelling and my fold that I and my sheep can escape the angry torrents; but the rest of the world thou must thyself deliver in some way that I know not of, or I will no longer worship thee.
In the demands of the hour he forgot his disappointment, drove his sheep to the fold and repairing to the place of worship poured out his heart in gratitude to Hastur for permitting him to save his flock, then retired to his cave and slept.
The sheep were bleating in terror, for the rising waters had invaded their fold.
The goatherd gave the goat which he held by the horns a couple of slaps on the back, saying, "Lie down here beside me, Spotty, for we have time enough to return to our fold.
On the other hand, I have continued to fold my clothes, and to keep my little diary.
AaAaAeAcAaAaAeAaAaAaAeAcAaAaAeAaAaAaAeA Pinch the middle of the fabric, allowing the folds naturally.