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  1. A plume of thickening smoke was.
  2. It's plume is mostly wood and paper.
  3. Although the bush was in a fiery plume.
  4. The plume of radiation is headed for.
  5. A plume of bubbles exploded from her lips.

  6. Wickland exhaled a plume of smoke into the air.
  7. A small plume of white smoke drifted up into the.
  8. This plume here has the signature of a meteor trail.
  9. But the burning log landed on the plume of it's tail.
  10. Raymond and Stanley saw a plume of smoke on the horizon.
  11. A plume of steam rose up from the place where the huge.
  12. A scarlet plume, severed, floated gently to the ground.
  13. She pointed ahead to a massive plume of fire streaking.
  14. After a minute I saw a plume of dust drift out toward me.
  15. A thick plume of flame is rising above the fields and woods.

  16. From there, it fell onto its wheels with a huge plume of dust.
  17. A searing, scorching plume of fire shot from its terrible jaws.
  18. Above it a plume of smoke rose dirty brown against white clouds.
  19. A plume of black smoke filled the air and then was blown by the.
  20. Setne looked unconcerned as the glowing plume was placed in his.
  21. A big plume of fog came along the pier, ignored me, and passed on.
  22. Leave no black plume as a token of that lie thy soul hath spoken!.
  23. A plume of white smoke rose from the corner of the hitman’s lips.
  24. I took a drag of my fag blowing smoke out in a plume as I replied.
  25. The Second Rocket beat a drum and let out a long plume of red color.

  26. On top of the plume is a tall dark column, its edges outlined in fire.
  27. Dacian, who had jumped into the circle from outside the plume, greeted.
  28. Emily had scarce time to plume herself upon her victory, but, shot with.
  29. They heard the blast, saw the brilliant flash and the huge plume of smoke.
  30. He had a leather helmet on his head with a blue plume sticking out the back.
  31. The plume of his hat and his sword’s scabbard were white in token of peace.
  32. The white steam was ascending like a plume of feathers from the black chimney.
  33. They would neglect their homespun for the military plume and the gilded epaulette.
  34. March 11, scientists detected the plume of toxic fallout had arrived over American.
  35. The track here was flat and even and Gomes threw up a plume of dust behind his truck.
  36. The big one raised and shook it's plume, clacking it's pincers as high as their faces.
  37. It spouted a plume of black smoke that was torn off and absorbed in the wind and rain.
  38. My helmet, like all the helmets on Athena’s side, had a blue horsehair plume on top.
  39. Ryan lifted his gaze to the shore line, a plume of smoke rising into the now darkening sky.
  40. He squinted at the plume of smoke growing into an arm that tried in vain to touch his face.
  41. Only the areas directly impacted by the Yellowstone ash plume have yet to come back on line.
  42. One of the carts exploded, sending a great plume of smoke and hot splinters into all around.
  43. In a flash, a plume of flame shot up from the bottom of the now collapsed embassy below the club.
  44. Jake threw his head up and let out a long plume of fire and uttered a loud roar of ‘approval’.
  45. There was only a steady plume of black smoke as she waited for Paul to run screaming from the house.
  46. Maybe you will run into Kaite, you lost track of the plume bouncing along like a Where is Waldo scene.
  47. Those white cubes out of which a slender plume of smoke was rising into the morning air here and there.
  48. You see that plume of water, Robert? It falls from a height of precisely eighty-five point five feet.
  49. There was even a splash of bloodred paint on the yoke of the bull where a plume of darts had pierced him.
  50. The composite envelope of the river paths would be about the same as the cross-section of the smoke plume.
  51. He was clutching a spiral notebook and had a cigarette, with a long plume of ash, clenched between his teeth.
  52. The assassin expelled a plume of smoke into the arid desert heat, and climbed up into the cabin of his truck.
  53. Immediately turning in the direction of the explosion, he could see a plume of white smoke drift into the wind.
  54. A thin plume of smoke was rising from its chimney into the morning sky too and Tom looked forward to breakfast.
  55. The only spectroscopy that fits this plume indicates that it is a hydrogen plasma at over fifty million degrees.
  56. A thick, black plume of smoke engulfed half of the sky, and with every stride I took it swallowed even more of it.
  57. By that time Lord Peake and John the Fiddler and their party were no more than a plume of red dust in the distance.
  58. The whole plume burst into flame with a whoosh and the fire ran up it's fur faster than it could spring out of there.
  59. Let other soldiers should come home on a prancing horse, dressed in fine clothes and shining boots, a plume in his hat.
  60. Wells! Yo, Maggie! A voice calls out my nom de plume above the pounding bass and chattering couples surrounding me.
  61. The car rattled and shook alive; a plume of smoke from the rusted exhaust engulfed the car as Theo attempted to start it.
  62. An Elizabethan ruff of stiff paper was around his neck, and on his head a Knight Templar’s hat with a white ostrich plume.
  63. He knew the word pen itself is derived from the Latin penna for feather and in French, plume can mean either feather or pen.
  64. Sebastian reached up and took the plant down, trying not to sneeze at the plume of dust that billowed off of the plastic leaves.
  65. And by the way, the lava plume that fed the volcano moved off eons ago, and so the volcano is extinct, and will erupt nevermore.
  66. More smoke rose in a thick, choking plume above the plowed wreckage which had once been a battery of twenty-four twelve-pounders.
  67. The Al-Harron's drive was deliberately aimed off the true course so there would be no plume of radiation directed at their target.
  68. Manda stepped out of the way of a white horse with a purple plume on its head, pulling a white carriage behind it with a couple inside.
  69. The stratovolcano Mount Pinatubo on Luzon, Philippines, erupted on 15 June 1991 and produced a plume reaching up to 34 km (21 miles).
  70. Don Quixote, covered with shame and out of countenance, ran to pluck the plume from his poor jade's tail, while Sancho did the same for Dapple.
  71. The little speck of fire moved up the fuse in a thin plume of smoke, burning its steady way towards its rendezvous with the ironclad’s magazine.
  72. Giving up my own old quasi-deception, that of the androgynous name, puts me in the almost hypocritical position of now having to use a nom de plume.
  73. No, but I read her book, it was done under the nom de plume of Consultant Bancour and she won’t admit to being the person that wrote it in public.
  74. That claim had been made by some scientists at some of the smaller observatories that wouldn't have had the instruments to properly analyze that plume.
  75. This riding dress consisted of a huge felt hat, both tall and broad, and generally ornamented with a plume of three great feathers sticking up in front.
  76. But it does, and his neck is broken, though not until he has crashed through the roasting shark and sent a plume of cinders and sharkmeat over everyone.
  77. But I can remember when we came to it with prayer, listening for trouble in our laboring old motors, drawing a plume of steam from our boiling radiators.
  78. If it didn’t do that, then the long, searing hot plume of plasma from a fusion drive could burn away or even melt any craft or ship caught in its exhaust.
  79. The weather scope had nowhere near the magnification that had allowed them to analyze the meteor plume, but the image was consistent with what he was about to say.
  80. When he rose to go, he took up instead of his own, the general’s three-cornered hat, and held it, pulling at the plume, till the general asked him to restore it.
  81. The main engines of the KOSTROMA then erupted, producing a staggering ten million tons of thrust and creating an exhaust plume of hot plasma tens of kilometers long.
  82. By then the string of asteroids with the plasma plume had swung close by Narrulla, then become much more spread out and had moved off almost to the orbit of Onchegeela.
  83. I completed my meal which I really enjoyed poured another cup of tea and sitting back lit a fag I blew smoke in a plume into the air and watched as it hung in a blue cloud.
  84. The volcano was still spewing a huge plume of sulfur ash and gas and corrosive dust kept raining down constantly as the ship stopped to a hover above a river of sulfur lava.
  85. Alicia screamed for a moment and then went silent as the fireball turned into a huge plume of smoke that raced along the ceiling of the club filling it with dense black smoke.
  86. There was the sound of a well-oiled motor, and under the shifting plume of pale gray smoke, I saw the leading edge of a power chair bump and maneuver, then stall on the threshold.
  87. We ducked down as a large explosion and a plume of black smoke rose up into the air and a ‘Jack Johnson’ (trench mortar shell) landed on the part of the trench that they had just reached.
  88. The instant he caught a glimpse of the white plume that waved in the hat of Montcalm, his eye lighted, and age no longer appeared to possess any influence over his vast and still muscular person.
  89. As she approached the main guard gate the ambulances and fire trucks could be heard racing across the airfield, heading for the plume of smoke billowing up from the northeast corner of the field.
  90. As soon as this slight salutation had passed, Montcalm moved toward them with a quick but graceful step, baring his head to the veteran, and dropping his spotless plume nearly to the earth in courtesy.
  91. He had a handsome head of silver hair which fell down over his forehead like the plume of a cockatoo, and his blue eyes, lively and close-set, revealed the gentleness of a man who had read all of the books.
  92. The leader, a huge buck with a face like a ferocious black moose, wore nothing at all save a broad yellow belt and a cavalier hat, the plume of which hung limply down and curled under his glistening black chin.
  93. An elderly warrior, again, is strutting about in the surplice of a deacon; a cavalryman is masquerading as a monk, with his shako adorned with a red plume; a soldier of the line is promenading in a woman’s skirt.
  94. All at once, Gavroche, pushing his cart in front of him, and at the very moment when he was about to turn into the Rue des Vielles-Haudriettes, found himself face to face with a uniform, a shako, a plume, and a gun.
  95. She was another person: the composure of an older woman, the high boots, the hat with the veil and colored plume from some Oriental bird--everything about her was distinctive and confident, as if it had been hers from birth.
  96. When they had finished their song the girl in white went up to the prompter’s box and a man with tight silk trousers over his stout legs, and holding a plume and a dagger, went up to her and began singing, waving his arms about.
  97. I heard that jet fuel, 8600 gallons estimated still in the airplane, would have caused a fire many times larger (as shown in the comparison fire plume picture) that would continue to burn for days at 3000 degrees F type temperatures.
  98. Amy was much offended that her overtures of peace had been repulsed, and began to wish she had not humbled herself, to feel more injured than ever, and to plume herself on her superior virtue in a way which was particularly exasperating.
  99. One with a white plume in his hat seemed familiar to Rostov; the other on a beautiful chestnut horse (which Rostov fancied he had seen before) rode up to the ditch, struck his horse with his spurs, and giving it the rein leaped lightly over.
  100. One with a white plume in his hat seemed familiar to Rostóv; the other on a beautiful chestnut horse (which Rostóv fancied he had seen before) rode up to the ditch, struck his horse with his spurs, and giving it the rein leaped lightly over.
  1. So, what information do you have for me? Any more news about the cash that disappeared? Hiss tapped on the table, dust pluming.
  2. Sir Hainz Zhaztro nodded in satisfaction, stepped back out onto his flagship’s bridge wing, and looked aft, past the smoke pluming from Eraystor’s single funnel.
  3. Rochester, to witness their repeated failure—herself unconscious that they did fail; vainly fancying that each shaft launched hit the mark, and infatuatedly pluming herself on success, when her pride and self-complacency repelled further and further what she wished to allure—to witness this, was to be at once under ceaseless excitation and ruthless restraint.
  1. It had the same claws, the same six legs and long plumed tail.
  2. It fanned its brilliantly plumed tail in pleasure when she obliged.
  3. Kan is the snake, the plumed serpent which ties together the Heart.
  4. His hot breath plumed in the air as he fought to regain his composure.
  5. A sudden burst of sweet breath plumed from her nose, followed by long gasp.
  6. These were painted and plumed, and mostly naked, brandishing spears and spotted shields.
  7. Axes rose and fell above the plumed helmets, spears thrust upward, bringing down horses and riders.
  8. As the train roared through, hot air plumed ahead of the engine and set the soot particles whirling.
  9. Lit up by the moon, it looked celestial; seemed some plumed and glittering god uprising from the sea.
  10. Dimly Frodo saw the river below him rise, and down along its course there came a plumed cavalry of waves.
  11. True, I might have plumed myself on my position as a man of the world, but Woloda excelled me even in that.
  12. Checking out the models in the pictures she saw that they had plumed themselves to the point of looking almost silly.
  13. Smoke plumed from both of the house’s chimneys, and as he watched, the door opened, and Father Vyncyt Zhakyby—St.
  14. With cool assurance he made his offer to the stately, plumed, suspicious grandees of the barbarically magnificent court.
  15. The ensemble of the female pirate was topped off with a plumed hat and a face that wasn’t attractive in any sort of way.
  16. Kan is the snake, the plumed serpent (symbolized by the rainbow) which ties together the Heart of Heaven and the Heart of the Earth.
  17. Parker groaned as he twisted in his harness and survival gear to keep sight of the white chute that had plumed over the jungle canopy.
  18. A light, musical breath of air plumed from her chest, and the sound and the scent of it brought Scott dangerously close to letting go too soon.
  19. Her blow had landed towards the top of his helmet, which had deflected the weight of the blow into the large blue crest that plumed from its top.
  20. Standing in the center of the way was a cask of wine with its head staved in, and a big, drunken man in crazy laces and a plumed hat strutted beside it.
  21. But she? She was naked to the weather, or almost; a mist of silk covered her breasts and plumed around her waist as she drifted away from the other pale statues.
  22. And suddenly he heard a low scream from a woman on the other side of the street and somewhat ahead of him—a naked courtesan wearing the tall plumed head-dress of her class.
  23. True; there had been lack of time to don the heavy plumed casque, or to lace in place the side-plates of the cuirass, nor was there now time to snatch the great shield from the wall.
  24. With his lavishly plumed helmet held under one arm, he asked the general directly, who was still sitting down in his chair, too flabbergasted to adhere to protocol and pay proper respect:.
  25. Sweating with uncertainty Servius approached and stared into the face of the mail-clad giant, and then, convinced of the reality of what he saw, he dropped to one knee and doffed his plumed cap.
  26. He used to frequent the taverns on purpose (though not only with the object of studying the people), and plumed himself on his shabby clothes, tarred boots, and crafty wink and a flourish of peasant phrases.
  27. They weren’t bloody from battle but were young and fit with stylish kilts, polished figure-eight shields with artwork on them, plumed half-helmets of heavy tapestry and sheathed rapiers with ornate hilts at their belts.
  28. And it is said of this good lass that she never made promises of the kind without fulfilling them, even though she made them in a forest and without any witness present, for she plumed herself greatly on being a lady and held it no disgrace to be in such an.
  29. A smile crossed his lips as he noticed how obviously Lady Jane’s chiffon gown in royal purple with plumed hat and Lord Ashburn’s tweed jacket with plum-coloured ascot contrasted with the simple black-and-grey attire of Preacher Cooper and Elizabeth, respectively.
  30. In the streets the fighting milled and eddied, plumed helmets and steel caps tossed among the tousled heads and then vanished; swords hacked madly in a heaving forest of pikes, and over all rose the roar of the mob, shouts of acclaim mingling with screams of blood-lust and howls of agony.
  31. He looked at the fire of logs, with its one flame pirouetting on the top in a dying dance after the breakfast-cooking and boiling, and it seemed to jig to his inward tune; also at the two chimney crooks dangling down from the cotterel, or cross-bar, plumed with soot, which quivered to the same melody; also at the half-empty kettle.
  32. After this the history goes on to say that the day fixed for the battle arrived, and that the duke, after having repeatedly instructed his lacquey Tosilos how to deal with Don Quixote so as to vanquish him without killing or wounding him, gave orders to have the heads removed from the lances, telling Don Quixote that Christian charity, on which he plumed himself, could not suffer the battle to be fought with so much risk and danger to life; and that he must be content with the offer of a battlefield on his territory (though that was against the decree of the holy Council, which prohibits all challenges of the sort) and not push such an arduous venture to its extreme limits.
  33. It has been said that America is a continent without history, the stupidity of this comment is self evident when confronted by the archaeological sites of these mighty cities of such grace and beauty, and after listened to some of the colourful myths and legends I became enthralled, in particular after hearing the legend of a Toltec god named Quetzalcoatl (Plumed Serpent) he was described as a black bearded white man, who appeared a thousand years before the European invasion, he was a teacher, inventor, architect and painter, he eventually left Mexico saying he would return, when in March 1519 Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico with a mere 600 men he met no resistance because the Indians thought he was Quetzalcoatl returning, this mistake cost them and the world the loss of a complete civilization.
  1. Large plumes on his hat.
  2. Ares and their allies had red plumes.
  3. Narrow plumes of white smoke in the distance.
  4. The plumes on her bonnet barely moved as she nodded.
  5. The dry, frozen air came out of us in plumes of steam.
  6. Everywhere they could see plumes and plumes of dark smoke.
  7. Suddenly the walls shuddered and plumes of dust fell down.
  8. Beyond, the incinerator lifted great plumes of black smoke.
  9. On came the knights, with waving plumes and dipping lances.
  10. Within moments the night lit up with plumes of fire nearby.
  11. He looked at the distant coastline that was dotted with plumes of.
  12. Thick plumes of smoke wafted high, evidence of a hearty fire inside.
  13. Minton pit waved its plumes of white steam, coughed, and rattled hoarsely.
  14. Zogar Sag stood still as a statue, his plumes trembling faintly about him.
  15. Sara stopped arranging the Last Doll's ostrich plumes, and looked thoughtful.
  16. The largest and most beautiful plumes come from the most dangerous predators.
  17. Jane’s jeep donuts across the sand throwing plumes of dust up into the wind.
  18. Plumes of smoke exhaled into the darkness, the heat fending off the cold and.
  19. The interruptions in market trends show up as foreshorted and vestigial plumes.
  20. Krane said that the Kierdan explosions simply looked like giant plumes of flame.
  21. An Austrian officer in a white uniform with green plumes in his hat galloped up to.
  22. Raven gasped as his eyes fell on the plumes of black smoke swirling from the chimney.
  23. And, curled about the brim of this confection was the perkiest of green ostrich plumes.
  24. Poseidon’s frenzied ocean slid and heaved; black plumes of water tried to crush us with.
  25. In the distance, they could see a steep bluff, its crest punctuated by thin plumes of smoke.
  26. Their dark withered plumes bent and tossed in the light cold airs, hissing softly and sadly.
  27. Everywhere was a Walter Scott heroine being loved by men with helmets or with plumes in their caps.
  28. Full-armed, Valannus dropped to his knee and bent his plumes before the figure that lay on the dais.
  29. He remained motionless, a grim, somber figure in the hideous mask with the plumes floating over him.
  30. Plumes of twisted confusion rise about her wrinkled head whenever she exhales her brown rotten breath.
  31. In the distance, Los Angeles was on fire, plumes of smoke rising from neighborhoods all over the city.
  32. A man in a general’s uniform with plumes in his hat went up to Kutuzov and said something in French.
  33. The major price reversals are identified by plumes pointing backward to the time of the price reversal.
  34. A man in a general’s uniform with plumes in his hat went up to Kutúzov and said something in French.
  35. Beyond the gun, beyond the embrasures, ramparts plunge forty feet to the green and white plumes of surf.
  36. The foreshortened plumes in January 2011 signal that the uptrend from the fall of 2010 is still in play.
  37. As he grabbed her blouse and forced her to stop, plumes of hot, red dust swirled between and around them.
  38. Mikhail and Marie watched the plumes of smoke from the small but menacing fires that had broken out here.
  39. Frozen in time and space, Eilidh could swear that she saw plumes of smoke flowing from the angered nostrils.
  40. She had on a black bonnet with plumes not unlike the hats of the heralds-at-arms at the coronation of Charles X.
  41. There was a fold or channel where the mist was broken into many plumes and billows; the valley of the Withywindle.
  42. For the remainder of 2011, the five red plumes and the six green plumes absolutely nail the major market reversals.
  43. The plumes on the warrior's headpiece nodded in the wind, and the gems on sword-hilts and harness sparkled frostily.
  44. All across the city, thin plumes of gray-blue smoke rose determinedly and blended with the high, subtly warring skies.
  45. She jumped and ran among the tables, sending up plumes of blue-lined papers, heavy textbooks pinwheeling to the floor.
  46. Massive plumes of spray shot upward and the water backwashed into the city carrying its burden of wasted flesh with it.
  47. The mountain under my feet swelled as if it were breathing and warmed sending plumes of sulfur scented gas into the air.
  48. All began to run and bustle, and Rostóv saw coming up the road behind him several riders with white plumes in their hats.
  49. Ra on his luminous chariot was galloping towards us from the East, his horses wild and beautiful, exhaling plumes of fire.
  50. Shattered walls, smashed buildings, burned-out ruins, and listless, weary plumes of smoke stretched out in every direction.
  51. She glanced over at the neat stacks of materials and toys and opera plumes and said, aloud, "Does it really belong to me?".
  52. Aye, aye! a strange sight that, Parsee:—a hearse and its plumes floating over the ocean with the waves for the pall-bearers.
  53. Once the car's engine had settled into its rhythm and the plumes of smoke dissolved, Theo asked what time Charlie's train was.
  54. This man rode toward Balashev at a gallop, his plumes flowing and his gems and gold lace glittering in the bright June sunshine.
  55. This man rode toward Balashëv at a gallop, his plumes flowing and his gems and gold lace glittering in the bright June sunshine.
  56. For seating he had provided plush plumes with ornately carved wooden arms, ergonomic for one percent gravity, invisible of course.
  57. The reversal points are located at the bottom of the convolution subgraph, and the long plumes identify each as a major turning point.
  58. She proudly crosses the gangplank wearing her colorful feathered plumes that sway across her robust chest with each bounce of the plank.
  59. Thank you, said he, and replaced his beaver with a turn of the wrist that set all the gray and white plumes rippling round the crown.
  60. She pressed her back against the wall as debris from the burnt door tumbled inwards, big plumes of smoke and burning embers filled the room.
  61. The lands, deep to the west, shudder from the violent alien invasion, and countless cherry-red plumes erupt from every square inch of soil.
  62. One in a black uniform with white plumes in his hat rode a bobtailed chestnut horse, the other who was in a white uniform rode a black one.
  63. The Swordsman ships’ furious exhaust plumes made them easy to target as opposed to Wren’s ships who hung in space with their engines off.
  64. Human females wear feathers, high plumes, extravagant plumage and fancy birdlike costumes on stage, in movies, in operas, in ballet, in clubs.
  65. Every one knows how the horns of stags become more and more branched, and the plumes of some birds become more finely developed, as they grow older.
  66. But face and head were hidden by a monstrous mask, a half-bestial, half-human countenance, from the crest of which floated a mass of ostrich plumes.
  67. Hair sprays fumed in plumes and I was very grateful for Glenna’s suggestion earlier as I sneezed several times from the fumes creeping up my nostrils.
  68. This reaction caused plumes of wispy clouds that filled the bottom of the display case and spilled out over the table like a low cloud on an early morning.
  69. He mixed various other ingredients into the propulsive powder so that when the rockets were launched skyward they would emit voluminous white smoke plumes.
  70. Their plumes and pennons streaming out behind them, their lances lowered, they swept over the wavering lines of pikemen and roared down the slopes like a wave.
  71. Perhaps that is the likeness of a mandarin—bulbous nose, hanging cheeks, moustaches drooping like plumes, a peaked head, knotty hands—a regular deformity.
  72. The wild goose is more of a cosmopolite than we; he breaks his fast in Canada, takes a luncheon in the Ohio, and plumes himself for the night in a southern bayou.
  73. The trolley cars rattled over the tracks as black plumes of smoke spit from their tailpipes, and the children ran and played about the streets, shouting and giggling.
  74. In front of the group, on a black horse with trappings that glittered in the sun, rode a tall man with plumes in his hat and black hair curling down to his shoulders.
  75. Turning the horse sharply, he again jumped the ditch, and deferentially addressed the horseman with the white plumes, evidently suggesting that he should do the same.
  76. An Austrian officer in a white uniform with green plumes in his hat galloped up to Kutúzov and asked in the Emperor’s name had the fourth column advanced into action.
  77. Uncomfortable as always in her elaborate Imperial regalia of red ridiculous reaper plumes and heavy gold baubles, Melodía stood by the left arm of the Emperor’s chair.
  78. Then the west coast begins to sink, throwing massive amounts of dirt up into the upper atmosphere, also one can see masses of dirt or plumes of ash blow-up into the air.
  79. Farther and farther he rode away, stopping at other regiments, till at last only his white plumes were visible to Rostov from amid the suites that surrounded the Emperors.
  80. Farther and farther he rode away, stopping at other regiments, till at last only his white plumes were visible to Rostóv from amid the suites that surrounded the Emperors.
  81. She was gowned in blue velvet, and her russet hair, drawn high in a net—a fashion in favor in France—was shaded by a blue velvet hat, over which drooped heavy white plumes.
  82. Cheap cigarette smoke and plumes of steam from rancid bacon and eggs frying in week-old grill oil waft out of the diner every time one of the undesirable patrons opens the door.
  83. Then slowly they saw the forms of the encircling mountains mirrored in a profound blue, and the peaks were like plumes of white flame above them; beyond there was a space of sky.
  84. In 2005, the Cassini spacecraft showed huge plumes of water ice – at least as tall as Enceladus’s 505-km (313-mile) diameter – that had erupted above the moon’s south pole.
  85. Clad in the platearmor, vizor lifted and dark face shadowed by the black plumes that nodded above his helmet, there was a grim impressiveness about him that even Thespides grudgingly noted.
  86. The four exhaust nozzles of the main fusion drive of the KOSTROMA suddenly roared to life in titanic blasts, projecting long, blinding plumes of hot plasma that expanded on hitting the ground.
  87. Surely, things must be in a out! To be sure there were young and able-bodied men in the passing lines, tricked out in the bright uniforms of socially select militia units, plumes waving, sashes dancing.
  88. Her friends repeated the pleasing phrase enthusiastically, and for several minutes she stood, like a jackdaw in the fable, enjoying her borrowed plumes, while the rest chattered like a party of magpies.
  89. And with them was a very fine lady, a stranger to any of the farm, a little lady with dark hair in ringlets and high plumes to a great hat, and a dress that shone with as many pale colors as a pigeon’s breast.
  90. She was the first to spring ashore, closely followed by Conan, and after them trooped the ebon-skinned pirates, white plumes waving in the morning wind, spears ready, eyes rolling dubiously at the surrounding jungle.
  91. By taking the direction of the trend into account, market tops are displayed as red plumes (signaling a reversal to the downside), and market bottoms are displayed as green plumes (signaling a reversal to the upside).
  92. Rich plumes nodded above his head; wampum, gorgets, bracelets, and medals, adorned his person in profusion; though his dull eye and vacant lineaments too strongly contradicted the idle tale of pride they would convey.
  93. When the convolution computations are displayed as colors over the range of lookback periods, the resulting chart shows the high correlation points as plumes that point back precisely to the major market reversals.
  94. Perhaps I shall hear a solitary loon laugh as he dives and plumes himself, or shall see a lonely fisher in his boat, like a floating leaf, beholding his form reflected in the waves, where lately a hundred men securely labored.
  95. Every moment he had to wipe his streaming face with his bare fore-arm; he had flung off his coat, and had turned up the sleeves of his shirt high above the elbows; but he kept on his head the large cocked hat with white plumes.
  96. The watchers on the walls were stunned and deafened by the thunder as they gripped the battlements and watched the steel maelstrom swirl and eddy, where plumes tossed high among the flashing swords, and standards dipped and reeled.
  97. Outside of Paris, he held his hat decked with white ostrich plumes on his knees enwrapped in high English gaiters; when he re-entered the city, he put on his hat and saluted rarely; he stared coldly at the people, and they returned it in kind.
  98. Associated like this the plumes of smoke took on a tremendous size and sailed across the endless prairie in which the tiny houses of the little town were crouching, huddled up together at the lake-side… Tom had a vision of this, as if he could fly.
  99. Some of the cedars had been more than two thousand years old, and their stumps—seven or eight feet in diameter and just as tall—rose like ancient monuments from a dense tangle of salal, huckleberry, young cottonwoods, and purple plumes of fireweed.
  100. The nearest thing to it he could remember was the night as a freshman when he had found himself out on Lake Union with the lights of Seattle twinkling on the water and the breaths of his crewmates synchronized with his in white plumes in the dark, cold air.

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