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A thin seam was visible on.
At the tip he'd let the seam.
Maleth tore the side seam of.
Press the top seam down with.
One crystal in a seam of others.
This seam took the form of a cross.
A seam of tape cracked open at his touch.

The collar separated at an invisible seam.
I said, folding the collar neatly along the seam.
It fitted him perfectly, not a seam out of place.
It failed at the seam where the wall met the ceiling.
My engine will open a seam in space and drop Leviathan in.
He pulled the limb out on a line perpendicular to the seam.
Now the coat was without seam woven from the top throughout.
The mountain continued to shrink as they went from seam to seam.
He stepped up to Gary’s mounted body and looked for the seam.
She raised the envelope to her pierced nose and sniffed the seam.
The water had found a seam in his shoe, and his left sock was wet.
On his left side a great tear ran along the seam underneath his arm.
Everything else didn't seam to matter well not in that moment anyway.
Gotcha!, Alcor cried relieved, when he met his friends at the seam.
I explored the walls with my hands, searching for a seam, a crack, or a rivet.
The arm filled in, threatening to tear the new seam, but stayed in one piece.
We may find a seam where they mined out enough were we can get above this water.
It looks like the seam of it that he was mining was all played out and yet he stayed.
There was a loud ripping noise, and the whole back seam of Parker’s jacket had split.
He kneeled down and pulled up on one side of the seam peeling it back like an orange peel.
He spread me wider, working his thumb on my swollen nub while he tongued the seam of my ass.
And there, look, under the seam, isn’t there light coming from under? Well, hell! Wait!”.
The room was whirling round, and he had felt something go like a ripping seam behind his ear.
The Chief's arm detached in his hands along the seam he’d spotted between her new and old skin.
He steps into his pants, which are a warm reddish brown with a gold stripe down the outside seam.
He was mesmerized by the variety of precious objects he could now see lined every seam in the cave.
He bent down, grabbed the shroud in two hands, and ripped it open along the stitched seam at the head.
Then for a brief instant, I saw Dog’s light vanished into a seam below and to the left of the faint glow.
The pockets had come unstitched at the seam and I lost everything I absentmindedly slipped into their holy caves.
Once he pushed aside the blanket, he slowly stood, the pistol held concealed along the seam of his baggy trousers.
Then he saw it, it was a seam that ran the length of the craft dotted with little bumps every so often along its path.
At the top of the mountain there is the forest, then a layer of topsoil, then a layer of rock, and finally a seam of coal.
I remember standing in one of Arch Coal’s (ACI—NYSE) surface mines in Wyoming and marveling at how large the coal seam was.
Nobody in the room seamed to know how.
The crates are seamed with a very powerful explosive.
A seamed partition slid aside, and a tray appeared in front of him.
Big hands, broad shoulders, a seamed face, clothes all covered with dirt.
Sometimes life can be a bitch but for me it seamed as if I was been punished.
And did anything else happen on the way that seamed out of the ordinary?
I had not seen Rick in a few days its seamed as if he had finally began to trust me.
With no one to save you what's it going to be? Ricks voice seamed to soften as he spoke.
I pressed a golden seamed ridge on the sarcophagus and a shallow tray slid out from the side.
She looked at the seamed black face and said, "Can you make it, Bourneville? Are you very tired?".
He was a man of about fifty years of age, very black, with a seamed, wrinkled face and greying hair.
There was a great rumble from within the fish, and a peal of thunder that seamed to come from without.
His sword belt was a cord of boiled leather, and his seamed face might have been made of the same thing.
Sam and the others seamed to have been in a fog; it was as if the creator had stopped time and then made it run again.
In fact it seamed quite selfish of me to know that once I had escaped this nightmare I would never have to see Jane again.
He pierced me with his blue eyes, keen as a youth’s, though his face was seamed with the scars of seventy tumultuous years.
She had no hair thereafter, and her face remained seamed and puckered by terrible keloid scars that no surgeon could smooth away.
His face was seamed and his hair was gray, but when Kate looked at him she saw the tall, handsome figure she had first met as a child.
All I could do is sit and watch as the woman placed the blade deeper into her throat cutting slowly until blood seamed out all on the floor.
His ears were nothing but shapeless shreds, ragged at the edges, seamed with ill-knit scars and beaded here and there with lumps of proud, bare flesh.
The rock of the cave walls were seamed with glowing blue lines of color, while green wavy Moss that grew upon the walls let off a phosphorescent green glow.
Here Justice Pomeroy presided, in his robes of silk, a striking, white-haired figure of a man, whose face was seamed and whose eyes were keen with thought and observation.
The heavy white face was seamed with lines of trouble, the hanging pouches under the closed eyes were leaden in colour, the loose mouth drooped dolorously at the corners, the rolling chins were unshaven.
The heavy, white face was seamed with lines of trouble, the hanging pouches under the closed eyes were leaden in colour, the loose mouth drooped dolorously at the corners, the rolling chins were unshaven.
A thick red beard, piercing grey eyes, a nose without nostrils, and marks of the hot iron on his forehead and on his cheeks, gave to his broad face, seamed with small-pox, a strange and indefinable expression.
Monygham, who had remained, sat on the corner of a hard wood table near the candlestick, his seamed, shaven face inclined sideways, his arms crossed on his breast, his lips pursed up, and his prominent eyes glaring stonily upon the floor of black earth.
Gone was the coarse brown tint! Gone, too, was the horrid scar which had seamed it across, and the twisted lip which had given the repulsive sneer to the face! A twitch brought away the tangled red hair, and there, sitting up in his bed, was a pale, sad-faced, refined-looking man, black-haired and smooth-skinned, rubbing his eyes and staring about him with sleepy bewilderment.
And torn at the seams.
He seams to be speaking of the.
Of being and bursts at the seams.
At the seams of this tattered dream.
Everythings come apart at the seams.
Her mind is coming apart at the seams.
He seams to be speaking of the end of.
Then it’s coming apart at the seams.
Wel it seams Bunty’s seal is missing.
They were bursting at the seams with water.
Calkers: One who mends the seams on a vessel.
They seemed anxious and bursting at the seams.
If his skin had seams it would be unravelling.
Natural gas storage is also bursting at the seams.
His white clean clothes were frayed at the seams.
It seams that he is putting all the dead in one.
I feel stronger, bursting at the seams with energy.
The visage of life's seams is too intense to believe.
Aye, sir, I think I can; all seams and dents but one.
When he speaks, his voice is coming apart at the seams.
In running his fingers along her seams, in tracing the.
I’m bursting at the seams to share the story of my day.
There were no side seams in Sebastian‘s running shorts.
The hal fil ed with agents, it burst at the seams with them.
Seal the seams of your tent — you’ll have a drier night.
He wore an elegant Cossack caftan, embroidered down the seams.
About a million years ago, coal began to form, seams of it.
Welding an old pike-head, sir; there were seams and dents in it.
In certain parts the glue has gone and the seams are coming apart.
Appalachian coal is found in seams, sort of like layers of a cake.
Already Wilson’s ideas were beginning to come apart at the seams.
Sure, Alex said, nearly bursting at the seams with excitement.
Under the seams of the hour, boys struggle in a dozen different arenas.
The shoes were long spikes and the stockings had seams down the backs.
The threads were unraveling at the seams of the intricately woven plot.
I am swelling at the seams to carry that, which has been sat before me.
What kind of life will she have? Civilization is coming apart at the seams.
Why hack off most of the canvas only to replace it with more canvas? Seams.
Mr Bird looked as if he was about to pop at the seams with the fun of it all.
When Lou had stitched up the ripped seams, pressed them smooth and buttoned.

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