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of the darkest achromatic visual value

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of a very dark black

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And the company occupies some space in the 109,000-square-foot First Image Building at 501 Great Circle Road, which Ebon Falcon bought for $8.
Not 'stiff,' its tone; more 'molasses'--umber gazes, ebon melos .
Ebon there is an instant and total reading of each other's minds.
came gasping from the wall; and from the fingers of Isabel dropped an empty vial--as it had been a run-out sand-glass--and shivered upon the floor; and her whole form sloped sideways, and she fell upon Pierre's heart, and her long hair ran over him, and arbored him in ebon vines.
Representative Ebon Ingersoll of Illinois, the Amendment secured to each
Starring: Jason Schwartzman, Ben Stiller, Anna Kendrick, Ebon Moss-Bachrach
No sound, No furtive light came from their involute Abode, but three they were aloof and mute, Playing a game of worlds, promoting pawns To ivory unicorns and ebon fauns; Kindling a long life here, extinguishing A short one there; killing a Balkan king; Causing a chunk of ice formed on a high-Flying airplane to plummet from the sky And strike a farmer dead; hiding my keys, Glasses or pipe.
She found the wallet and turned it over to her supervisor, Mr Ebon Glenn.
Crispus Gingnutt's square and manly head was framed on three sides by an indomitable mane of silvery hair, and his eagle eyes were browed with rich ebon tufts.
Romantic fantasy, starring Sandra Bullock, Keanu Reeves, Christopher Plummer, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.
Although the exchange rate is not as favourable to European buyers as it was a year ago, there are still plenty of horses who will tempt interest from this part of the world, starting with Ebon Lee (2), a Capote half-sister to last season's Norfolk Stakes winner South Central.
The words of the 1803 "Pinkster Ode" captures the essence of that respite from contested ground to common ground when the poet wrote: "Every colour revels there [on Pinkster ground], From ebon black to lillie fair .
286) Much of the evidence relied upon by the government came from a cooperating witness, Ebon Sekou Lurks, who was murdered just prior to trial.
2) For information on the Soviet Union's cultural offensive during the Cold War era, see Frederick Charles Barghoorn, Soviet Foreign Propaganda (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964); Martin Ebon, The Soviet Propaganda Machine (New York: McGraw Hill, 1987).