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1. With death upon its crest.
2. Once I reached the crest.
3. Along the crest of the ridge.
4. His horse wears the royal crest.
5. The wildly curling crest sailed.
6. Leviathan, and the Crest of Wutai.
7. When he topped the next crest his.

8. It was just below the crest of the.
9. The Garland Crest Tower (The Crest).
10. We’d reached the crest of the hill.
11. You bear the crest of House Thurin.
12. The crest of each wave looks like.
13. Wiseman and Dairy Crest are two dairies.
14. Jason reached the crest and bent over.
15. I’m hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.
16. We'd reached the crest of a junk mountain.
17. Due but to one, and crowned with one crest.
18. Bad news from Wiseman hits Dairy Crest too.
19. Dairy Crest recovers in the following hours.
20. And they were joined together at the crest;.
21. The man now stood on the crest of a rock-dune.
22. Joey tied a loop and draped it over the crest.
23. The Undil Embassy crest rotates on the screen.
24. So he prayed, and the blue crest heard him (Od.
25. Equites crest on the pocket and her heart sank.
26. Her crest was most likely stolen when they.
27. She pointed toward the crest of Half-Blood Hill.
28. Beauty, fondly remembered, shines on the crest.
29. Mile after mile as he topped each crest he was.
30. She broke over the crest of a wave and caught a.
31. I sat down on the very crest of the pass and took.
32. Caymus noted several beehives adorning the crest.
33. His helm bore the stag, the crest of House Darvos.
34. Stole the city crest that was housed in the castle.
35. A deep red comforter with the royal crest rested on.
36. More fully alive, my spirit rode the crest of a wave.
37. Their coming was like a red wave with a silver crest.
38. They stopped at the crest of a mountain about noontime.
39. Whatever is readily available besides the oat crest.
40. This crest drastically increases the chewing power in.
41. She dived on the mynamather’s head and held the crest.
42. In all, there were seven houses on the crest of the hill.
43. We’re hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, added Stacy.
44. She leaned forward and patted the mynamather on its crest.
45. They passed the crest and coasted down to cool the engine.
46. Continuing up the hill, I came to a crest where there was.
47. The combatants once driven from the crest of the barricade.
48. Marius posted himself on the lookout upon the crest of the.
49. Will and Sam crept to the crest of the hill and looked over.
50. Crest of SOLDIER on your belt? Nobody of that status would.
51. I ran through the boulders of the crest, and then down the.
52. Unfaltering, when reaching the crest of the valley rim, he.
53. The old slave knew it held the crest of her master's family.
54. Light was starting to crest over the rain-drenched mountains.
55. Water motion is usually lower than the reef crest or outer.
56. Annabelle and Pierre on the crest of the hill above Logrono.
57. It was the crest of this ruin that Thenardier had succeeded.
58. A linden-tree showed its crest above the niche, and the wall.
59. As soon as I got to the crest of the hill, I noticed a small.
60. We could go to the other side of the crest, I suggested.
61. Coming over a sand crest, there lay out before them the life.
62. The twin Centauri suns were beginning to crest the far horizon.
63. Crest on Red River Road when he went on one of his really big.
64. They reached the crest of a slope and the landscape in front of.
65. A golden crest pin held the cloak together, the signature sign.
66. Then we came over the crest of a hil , and I saw our destination.
67. Along the crest was the line of a cart track and beyond, a copse.
68. By the time we crest the hill, my head feels like it is about to.
69. Wrap the vine around the crest! said Lezura as she flew away.
70. The EDA crest appeared on the screen behind the admiral once again.
71. Ravan stood on the crest of the little knoll, overlooking the Inn.
72. Neville had returned his Crest Comets to him and said, We have.
73. They reached the crest of the hill and could look down on the fort.
74. The edge of the sun was just about to crest the horizon, but Father.
75. I’m hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, I said to jog his memory.
76. When Tess had passed over the crest of the hill he turned to go his.
77. A sparkling white crest appeared as its top rolled over into a curl.
78. Dialydd Mab sat quietly on the rock outcrop near the crest of the hill.
79. Linz and Tegan paused on the crest and studied the passing congestion.
80. A high, golden crest that curved outward was the only flair added to it.
81. It eroded the rocky crest the way a river cuts through a mountain range.
82. One that caught my Eye bore the Arms and Crest of the Weavers’ Company.
83. The flood crest must have passed maybe some time in the night, he.
84. A herd of Mallen stood on the crest of a rocky hilltop watching them pass.
85. Neither of the two patrolmen riding over the crest of the hill was Herist.
86. Garland Crest Security, is one of the best security agencies in the world.
87. In the dream, I was on the crest of a mountain, looking out over the desert.
88. Several Brownies came rushing over the crest of the hill with Limpy and Tim.
89. The old man, Pjodarr he called himself, he knew her lord’s crest and name.
90. On the chest of his armor, he wore the family crest and the mark of the key.
91. Sir Richard Crest crossed the room to his own desk and placed the office in.
92. Pipkin and Bluebell came over the crest, together with three or four of the.
93. It was a visitor of great consequence, with shoulder-knots and a family crest.
94. On the crest of a hill, overlooking the shooting range and camp, he spotted.
95. From crest to crest the dead lay strewn, a red carpet that choked the valley.
96. The chant continued as each, in turn, disappeared over the crest of the rise.
97. Back in the seventies, a mudslide basically destroyed a ton of Moone Crest.
98. Oklahoma, I told Pa as I emptied his life blood out on the crest of the hill.
99. The vigilant mercenaries pushed their warhorses to the crest of the chosen pass.
100. A large stone monument bearing that same family crest with the bird, the shrike.
1. Cresting a dune I saw the plane ahead.
2. They trudged up a sand dune and cresting the top.
3. Then it surged to its feet like a cresting wave, shrieking adulation.
4. He played with her as she gently rocked on top of him like a cresting sea wave.
5. The old Douglas homestead was half a mile from "Wayside" cresting a windy hill.
6. Rain sluiced down it all, making Thomas imagine a huge beast cresting out of the ocean.
7. She’d already missed the lavender and pink, softly glowing before the actually cresting.
8. Cresting the little slope by the rope swing, he heard a sound like nails being pounded into wood.
9. Cresting the top of the hill as fast as she was able, she discovered the two had the car stopped.
10. Isabel was in awe as she noticed clouds forming beneath the ships, like waves cresting in the sea.
11. If it weren’t for the ridges cresting the alien’s forehead, he might have been just another human.
12. Cresting a rise I stopped as I took in the army of Poretani arrayed in formation below awaiting the caravan.
13. Coming from well out, a mild swell made the skiff roll gently, and a few cresting billows lapped at its bow.
14. Cresting a hill the road dropped between trees and took a sharp right to the water crossing; which no longer existed.
15. The photo was different from the yearbook but not too: Diondra with the mousse-hard curls and the cresting bangs, charcoal eyeliner and pink lipgloss.
16. He could not believe his eyes when he saw her walk into the yard—with the priest! The optimistic feeling of just before vanished, and rage erupted, cresting in his ears, making them burn like fire.
17. This time I came out into a wave that was cresting and was given a little ride, which I would have enjoyed, had it not been for the prospect of sharp rocks, which I felt certain awaited my arrival on shore.
1. We had crested a hill.
2. He crested a rise in the road.
3. When I crested a rise, I stopped.
4. The Triodines crested the slope and rushed.
5. I even saw where they crested out in spots.
6. Frolic on, crested and scallop-edg'd waves!.
7. The tears pooling in my eyes crested the dam.
8. I crested a large hill and then stopped short.
9. Finally, they crested one last low rise which.
10. Just at that moment, they crested the rise of a.
11. An hour later they crested a ridge that hid them.
12. Colorado, and Crested Butte and a few other places.
13. The rover crested a nearby dune with the trailer in tow.
14. We trudged across the sand and final y crested the hil.
15. Paul Benoit reined in his horse as he crested a small rise.
16. As he spoke, the two men crested the slight rise that Tom.
17. Broadly speaking, though, there are compact breeds, crested.
18. They climbed another five hundred feet and crested the ridge.
19. Through his crested helm, the warrior confidently addressed them.
20. We crested those hills, lined along the ridge-top and looked down.
21. We crested a knoll and there it was sprawled out before us, Boratasa.
22. He went around the smaller dunes and carefully crested the larger ones.
23. He encircled her neck with a steel-shelled arm and hugged her crested head.
24. She ignored him and looked out the window as the sun crested the mountains.
25. She was about to call out to him when he crested a hill behind the mausoleum.
26. Smelling the meat-eater, she tossed her crested head and trilled her dismay.
27. The wagon crested the slope and soon they could hear the clatter of the town.
28. Barely an hour later, they crested a large mountain and Jake started to descend.
29. Must have been some party, she said as she crested the top of the staircase.
30. They crested the small koppie and snaked onto a flat, splintered rock, shaded from.
31. Her head crested the water and I caught her hands and hauled her up onto the netting.
32. As the lead soldier crested the hill, Sicarius landed with a roll and came up running.
33. After three weeks, the fever crested and the person seemed to gain some consciousness.
34. Nice tools, those cleavers, Johnny nodded as a disappointed grimace crested his face.
35. It turned its crested head sidewise and regarded the invaders with glittering eyes of jet.
36. Closing in on your position, Rapp said into his throat mike as they crested the ridge.
37. That startled the crested flier, which stretched its wings and took off flapping low over the Canal.
38. In his honor, warlords wore crested helmets, carried festooned lances and bore sacred Ancile shields.
39. The Escort accelerated and crested the rise at just under a hundred; then Daniel remembered something.
40. Moments later on the ridge line towards the north-west, the first of the possessed crested the horizon.
41. The sun was directly in our faces as we crested the last hill and saw the town sprawled out ahead of us.
42. Elliot and I bounced out of our seats each time he crested another small hill in the unmarked police car.
43. We crested a hill and as we topped the rise and looked down, I pulled my horse up short, causing him to shy.
44. The young half-dragon crested the rim of the cliff wall, his eyes searching for the now familiar red outline.
45. Tell me, said Rudolph as his vehicle crested the harbour bridge with Cook St station a few minutes away.
46. I saw the smoke as soon as I crested the final rise, a thin grey column rising straight up into the still air.
47. A crested ridge popped out along the length of his forearms and spread up past his elbows toward his shoulders.
48. As the rider crested the soft ground to meet the track a sword flew out of the air striking the top of his helm.
49. The inner door was opened violently and a scarlet beaked face, crested by a comb of feathery hair, thrust itself in.
50. The goblins and orcs guided their Lykanthros away from the resistant militia and crested the hill from whence they came.
51. The water from his eyes crested over his eyelids and cascaded down his cheeks and jaw and stained Marie’s dusty dress.
52. Finally, another hour and then two passed and she crested the last hill less than a mile from the main street in Lourmarin.
53. We gave the same Bergendal crested gold ring to her adoptive parents to keep in an unopened chest until we claimed her back.
54. When I crested the hill, I saw the Snake’s men had surrounded a small band of Picts and were riding in and out, killing them.
55. When Evelyn realized she left her coat back at the hall, Fozzie sacrificed his own comfort by covering her in his crested blazer.
56. Finias let his arm hang over the front side of the ferry's hull, feeling the water spray up as the small waves crested into the bow.
57. Here stood a guardsman in crested gilt helmet, silvered cuirass and gold-chased greaves, with a long-shafted battle-ax in his hands.
58. It was prince Kutamun, naked but for a loin-cloth, his harness hacked away, his crested helmet dented, his limbs splashed with blood.
59. They crested a rise, Brandon ahead, Tristan behind, Tristan had to reign in his horse sharply to keep from running into Brandon’s mare.
60. He drove into her hard and fast and as Isabel’s elation crested, Alaric cried out with her and they were washed away by their passion.
61. Good heavens! And she held the big sheet of crested paper in her hand! Where could she put it? She had no time to think of folding it up.
62. A few hours after the Giants' siege of Odalia, the Cavalli crested over a hill where they could see the grand city shinning in the distance.
63. A minute later the Impala crested the rise in the road and the green wooden sign with gold lettering came into view: Faith Community Church.
64. They crested the ridge near La Perche, where the rail line cut through yet another tunnel under the mountains on its way to Rochers de Naye.
65. He had collected some two pints of water when a whitecap cracked into the raft, crested over, and slopped into the canvas, spoiling the water.
66. There were no houses, cars, or even trees for us to hide behind, so we dropped down on all fours, hiding in the weeds as we crested the hill.
67. Then they crested the ridge of Weehawken, and there it was, New York City, thrust from the dull miles of water like a clutch of steely lilies.
68. Slowing, he crested a small hill and saw Petra, Falstaff carrying what appeared to be a picnic basket, and a bull standing in the middle of the road.
69. Some hour later, the sky had turned this beautiful red color, streaked with hints of yellows and greens, just as the sun crested the hills to my east.
70. Aaron seems to know them from somewhere and was impressed with the choice, Moshe thought, as he turned his head for one last look as they crested the hill.
71. As we crested the seawater level and moved into the air warning indicators flashed all over Corrigan’s screen as it fairly lit up with fast moving icons.
72. At first, a simple and resilient grin crested across his face, but after a few seconds he was only left with an unsettled grief as he quickly started to get dressed.
73. Delicate with long legs, a crested neck and fine split-tipped ears, I could tell that it was bred for racing and not the sturdier version seen underneath the soldiers.
74. In my eagerness, I pushed the sylphs to the limit of their endurance so it was only midmorning of the next day when I crested the rise that led down into Cayden’s Valley.
75. As they walked along under the pulsing stars, the void of the sea broken before them in crested waves that gleamed ghostly, a strange disinclination for speech beset Merrington.
76. Jon promised, repeated the instructions, crossed his heart, pointed to heaven, waved goodbye, and was already heading back to the exotic Rory and Lida before I had crested the rise.
77. Daivyn, Wheatfields said, his eyes searching the other man’s face while the rumble of heretic artillery swelled, crested, then eased—a little, at least—in the background.
78. Jaume’s teeth peeled back from his lips as he saw the Redlands monsters, rolling at a ground-eating four-legged lope, stretch their gloriously crested heads forward on their necks.
79. Guards were running through the garden, all converging toward the palace, where the clamor momentarily grew louder—tall men in burnished cuirasses and crested helmets of polished bronze.
80. They packed up quickly and were back on the road as the sun crested the horizon, spreading dazzling light on the world, and spraying beautiful patterns of color across the surrounding hills.
81. It was near eleven O’clock at night when they saw a small campfire by the side of the main road, spotting it from 400 meters as they crested a low hill that cut their direct path southward.
82. The table suggests nice growth early in the life of the product, growth that kind of crested in the fall of 2007 (perhaps resulting from increased popularity of Leveraged ETFs (see Chapter 14).
83. As the ships crested over the mountains bordering the Shumkarja Outlands, they found the Shumi people gathered in the valley below waiting for them, and when the fleet landed they broke out into song.
84. The wind on the ridge-top was strong and buffeting and it was cold, and as we crested the hill, our trumpeteer gave a long and deep blast on our war-horn to warn the occupants below that we had arrived.
85. Finally after they crested the ridge and descended into a small valley between two narrow mountains and deep in a gorge, they stopped and set up a camp close to the river but underneath an overhang of the cliff wall.
86. Northern crested caracara (Caracara cheriway): This bold scavenger is one of very few birds to hunt on foot and stay low to the ground, often viciously displacing and stealing from predators such as vultures.
87. A strange world thought the detective who appreciated the lesson of the day as he crested the Brynderwyns and released his vehicle on the downward straight that planed into the flatlands of Waipu almost 400 metres below.
88. Was that ray of hope, or the blindness of the dark, or did I really think that I had one more new beginning as the sun crested the hill above the city? I wasn’t feeling good, by any means, but much better than I had when the night was dealing her darkness.
89. What seas lay beyond, green, leaping, and crested! What sun-bathed coasts, along which the white villas glittered against the olive woods! What quiet harbours, thronged with gallant shipping bound for purple islands of wine and spice, islands set low in languorous waters!.
90. Then, again, if you fix your eye upon this strange, crested, comb-like incrustation on the top of the mass—this green, barnacled thing, which the Greenlanders call the "crown," and the Southern fishers the "bonnet" of the Right Whale; fixing your eyes solely on this, you would take the head for the trunk of some huge oak, with a bird's nest in its crotch.
91. Our ancient mural frescoes show us the two Dukes of Bretagne and Bourbon, armed, emblazoned and crested in war-like guise, on horseback and approaching each other, their battle-axes in hand, masked with iron, gloved with iron, booted with iron, the one caparisoned in ermine, the other draped in azure: Bretagne with his lion between the two horns of his crown, Bourbon helmeted with a monster fleur de lys on his visor.
92. Its specific characters are as follow: Wings incumbent and horizontal, when at rest; body long and thin; thorax thick, but not crested; head small; eyes prominent and black; antennæ setacious, gradually lessening towards extremities, and slightly ciliated; palpi two, flat, broad in the middle, and very hairy; tongue rolled up between them, not very prominent; clypeus small, legs long, small and hairy; wings long as body; under wings shortest; colour a dark silvery gray, with transverse dotted bands of black on upper wings.
1. It operates in crests and troughs.
2. The phrase Recruit Class 4319 shimmers between the crests.
3. The firelight glinted on their breast-plates and helmet crests.
4. A few years ago, social Darwinism reached one of its frequent crests.
5. My mom invented it, but Poseidon created horses out of the crests of waves.
6. The pink boat skirted up and down the crests of the waves, a leaf on the wind.
7. The squadrons’ crests acted as tracking devices and showed up as white dots.
8. A brisk May breeze was blowing, which swayed the crests of the plaintain-trees.
9. First the crests of cliffs came in sight above the gray clouds, tall and spectral.
10. Paleontologists have been wondering for a long time why they have those bony crests.
11. Three white crests were on the top of its head, and its mouth was a jagged line all across.
12. The water was inky black, but the wave crests sometimes held an eerie glow for a split second.
13. They were walking through a rocky desert, sometimes passing through low crests on the same direction.
14. Dunes were closer and smaller and cat grass adorned the crests and valley’s wherever it could get a hold.
15. Her lace train of white crests spreading behind her to the distant land, her arms opening toward the horizon.
16. She could move only a short space in any direction, and the fearful hooded crests were menacing her every second.
17. The wind could be heard whishing in the brush on the ridge crests, but no breath of it penetrated down into the ranch-cup.
18. The torrent had not spread out and dissipated; like a giant serpent it flowed over the depressions and the rounded crests.
19. The sail bellied as the wind swept over the waves with renewed force, and the white crests danced along the sweep of the wind.
20. Soon a red streak became visible in the horizon, the waves whitened, a light played over them, and gilded their foaming crests with gold.
21. Past the boundaries of the clearing, the darkness deepened again, relieved only by little sparkles given off by the sharp crests of coral.
22. Meanwhile the boat was still booming through the mist, the waves curling and hissing around us like the erected crests of enraged serpents.
23. They serpented towards his feet, curling, unfurling many crests, every ninth, breaking, plashing, from far, from farther out, waves and waves.
24. The weight of these heavy thoughts forces his weary head down towards the ship’s wavy reflection dancing between the passing crests of orange ribbons.
25. White flames seemed to Frodo to flicker on their crests and he half fancied that he saw amid the water white riders upon white horses with frothing manes.
26. Easterly winds on the ocean surface generated three-foot waves and the canister rode their crests then slide gently down into their troughs, time after time.
27. They wore proper tropical twill uniforms that were weather beaten and on their heads they had turbans made from the same tropical twill fastened with their own army crests.
28. It didn’t come pattering like a shower, but in a wild dash against the side of the house, as if the wind had caught the crests of all the waves and was hurling them landward.
29. Noticing that the eyes of the Pilgrim were lost in the sea of sand, he sat for a while idly gazing at the dunes, trying to make out anything worth noticing in the amorphous dune crests.
30. There was no shark Jason, Whitey said, hundreds of people have reported seeing sharks but what they actually saw was the crests of the waves; the light plays tricks with the eyes.
31. Some of the waves had developed foamy white crests, and the green water around the galleon shaded into a sapphire blue so intense it almost hurt the eye as one looked out towards the horizon.
32. As they scattered in flight, the conquerors scattered in pursuit, and all across the valley floor, and up on the slopes near the mouth and over the crests streamed the fugitives and the pursuers.
33. With their success, they built a full-time business that they now run out of their home, selling jewelry, books, pub memorabilia, fabulous sweaters and family crests, all from Ireland and Scotland.
34. After two days and nights, I knew only that I had been heading for Malta while slashing across the rollers, Tunisia when I was in the valleys, and Sicily when I was riding the elevator to the crests.
35. A huge American flag along with a smaller flag of the state of South Carolina and one of the resort’s crests were suspended from the atrium and seemed to flutter delicately and majestically in a slight breeze.
36. It was an unusual window; mostly it was grisaille glass, but just off-centre, the glazier had set a circle of bright colours mosaicked together from half an angel and some family crests, scavenged, probably, from a cathedral.
37. But a narrow opening between the crests of the hills pointed out the passage by which they found their way still further north, to spread their pure and ample sheets again, before pouring out their tribute into the distant Champlain.
38. But after thinking it over, I realized that these so–called clouds were caused simply by the changing densities of the long ground swells, and I even spotted the foaming "white caps" that their breaking crests were proliferating over the surface of the water.
39. You look down over your chest, there was a slight cave in the middle, your breasts sit pert, soft slopes falling off the sides of your body, you blow the water droplets from your crests and watch them slide down the surface and join their kin in the sea around you.
40. Behind the fog there was the flowing of water, the cracking and floating of ice, the swift rush of turbid, foaming torrents; and on the following Monday, in the evening, the fog parted, the storm clouds split up into little curling crests of cloud, the sky cleared, and the real spring had come.
41. Breezing low over the waves on his waveglass steed, the fisherman held his chin high as if he could feel his beloved’s fingertips brushing his face in the cold spray of the clashing sea, then he dipped the depleted ray down into the water, cutting through the crests of the storm-ridden surface.
42. It whistled in the empty booths and shops, blew into the plastered window-panes of the taverns, and whipped into foam the wavelets of the river which splashed noisily on the sandy shore, casting high their white crests, racing one after another into the dim distance, and leaping impetuously over one another's shoulders.
43. There is a drawer in the sideboard that is lined with yellowed newspaper, it contains a small jumble of my Papa’s mementos: embroidered crests unpicked from uniforms, a carved clay pipe, tins that had once contained tobacco or cough sweets but are now used to collect thru’penny bits for children’s treats or shillings for the electric meter.
44. The serene and lofty soul, inaccessible to vulgar passions and emotions, dominating the clouds and the shades of this world, its follies, its lies, its hatreds, its vanities, its miseries, inhabits the blue of heaven, and no longer feels anything but profound and subterranean shocks of destiny, as the crests of mountains feel the shocks of earthquake.
45. She bought only one hat from Madame Reboux, but on the other hand she filled a trunk with sprigs of artificial cherries, stalks of all the felt flowers she could find, branches of ostrich plumes, crests of peacocks, tailfeathers of Asiatic roosters, entire pheasants, hummingbirds, and a countless variety of exotic birds preserved in midflight, midcall, midagony: everything that had been used in the past twenty years to change the appearance of hats.
46. The treasure was there, heaped in staggering profusion—piles of diamonds, sapphires, rubies, turquoises, opals, emeralds; zikkurats of jade, jet and lapis lazuli; pyramids of gold wedges; toecallis of silver ingots; jewel-hilted swords in cloth-of-gold sheaths; golden helmets with colored horsehair crests, or black and scarlet plumes; silver scaled corselets; gem-crusted harness worn by warrior-kings three thousand years in their tombs; goblets carven of single jewels; skulls plated with gold, with moonstones for eyes; necklaces of human teeth set with jewels.
47. In fact, this confirms me in my conjectures as to Jehovah's fortune; and when I see so much distress in heaven and on earth, from the bird who has not a grain of millet to myself without a hundred thousand livres of income, when I see human destiny, which is very badly worn, and even royal destiny, which is threadbare, witness the Prince de Conde hung, when I see winter, which is nothing but a rent in the zenith through which the wind blows, when I see so many rags even in the perfectly new purple of the morning on the crests of hills, when I see the drops of dew, those mock pearls, when I see the frost, that paste, when I see humanity ripped apart and events patched up, and so many.
48. Travel further, past the crests to bow shaped bliss,.
49. The hurrying tumbling waves, quick-broken crests, slapping,.

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