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DUSTDifferential Unitary Space-Time
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By which means, or by others, he grew rich as a Dust Contractor, and lived in a hollow in a hilly country entirely composed of Dust.
A few shrivelled and blackened vestiges of what had once been stuffed animals, desiccated mummies in jars that had once held spirit, a brown dust of departed plants: that was all!
"The dust in the curtains, if you will pardon me for hinting such a thing, has parched my throat to a crisp."
"Where did all this dust come from?" demanded General Guph, trying hard to swallow but finding his throat so dry he couldn't.
"Marry, it has been dusted enough already," replied Robin; "and I now believe the Scripture saying that all men are but dust, for it has sifted me through and through and lined my gullet an inch deep.
The sun, a red ball through the dust, burned and scorched his back intolerably through his black coat.
Like millstones do they work, and like pestles: throw only seed-corn unto them!--they know well how to grind corn small, and make white dust out of it.
The hedges were grey with dust. And as they advanced towards Barnet a tumultuous murmuring grew stronger.
All that he had built would soon be dust. The sound of the cement breaking under the heavy sledges, was almost more than she could bear.
The mender of roads went home, with the dust going on before him according to the set of the wind, and was soon at the fountain, squeezing himself in among the lean kine brought there to drink, and appearing even to whisper to them in his whispering to all the village.
You will flutter high, but your wings are of the finest gauze, dusted with the fairest pigments.
I stopped, and looked at the dust and ashes, at the broken crockery and the old iron.