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EBONEverchanging Book of Names
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Higher he raised his spear, tensing his muscles, rolling beneath his glistening, ebon hide, and then from the jungle just beyond the palisade came a thunderous crashing.
Pain, shame, ire, impatience, disgust, detestation, seemed momentarily to hold a quivering conflict in the large pupil dilating under his ebon eyebrow.
They comprise the 35,000-square-foot building at 515 Great Circle Road, which Ebon Falcon purchased for $2.
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Luc knows the horrors of war, but young Ebon and his friends anxiously await their graduation day, at which time they will join the army of Trist for what they believe will be the greatest battle in history.
Por supuesto, Makinov no acudio a la presentacion del filme, basado en la novela homonima de Juan Jose Plans, durante la segunda edicion del Riviera Maya Film Festival (RMFF) que se lleva a cabo del 21 al 27 de este mes en varias sedes de Quintana Roo; sin embargo, el protagonista de la historia, el estadunidense Ebon Moss-Bachrach, si asistio.
In the meantime, twists and turns erupt as dashing and attractive vampire Ebon and a young hot vampire hunter, Van, enter the story and further confuse Jane about the direction of her new life.
The narrator thus proceeds "through many dark and intricate passages" to Usher's studio, while observing "the sombre tapestries of the walls, the ebon blackness of the floors, and the phantasmagoric armorial trophies" (320)--all of which have been accustomed to him from his "infancy" but which now stir up "fancies" that are "unfamiliar.
Groomsmen were Michael Ebon Bee, cousin of the bride; William Dustin Braddock; Roy Charles Castillo; Benjamin Chance Franks; Joel Marcus Fordham III; Kristopher Adam Graham; Michael Ryan Jones; Brantley Price Lee; Christopher Preston Page; and Jeffery Newton Reynolds.
He stares silently at "her masses of ebon hair uncoiled and falling about her shoulders in serpentine tresses, that looked like shining blue-black snakes released from poor Medusa's head.
As is customary, on her 12th birthday, Princess Sylviianel is ceremonially bound to her own pegasus, Ebon.
Germany established a protectorate in 1885 and set up trading stations on the islands of Jaluit and Ebon to carry out the flourishing copra (dried coconut meat) trade.