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not starry

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But to-night they were no blacker than their canopy of sky; not a chimney-stack stood out against the starless night; one had to feel one's way in order to avoid tripping over the low parapets of the L-shaped wells that ran from roof to basement to light the inner rooms.
"For the sake of the Tory Party, if nothing else, I think the long journey through the deserts of the extreme led by Master William Hague and his rather starless camel ...
How later, his mother would smooth his dew-drenched hair then draw him back gently without waking him into the dark and starless room, a child still shining from the far worlds he had been touched by.
The audience fell into silence as Manalo, much like a priestess, performed the ritual for unity under a damp, starless night.
The piece was commissioned by the British Council as part of the DT100 Starless and Bible Black international programme and now the couple are looking forward to next Thursday's premiere at The British Residence when they will be joined by the American-based Delphi Quartet as well as a famous narrator, expected to be bass baritone Bryn Terfel.
London, Aug 16 (ANI): This year Madonna's birthday party at a private members' club turned out be a starless affair, minus Hollywood A-listers.
"It is spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black, the cobblestreets silent and the hunched, courters'-and-rabbits' wood limping invisible down to the sloeblack, slow, black, crowblack, fishingboatbobbing sea." Neil says: "I'm sure Dylan Thomas was rarely sober when he was working - he did like to play about with his brain a bit.
But the evening was dominated by lengthy readings from Dylan Thomas' iconic works such as Under Milk Wood with its unforgettable starting words "To begin at the beginning: It is spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible black..." and including a reading of the sad poem Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night written on the death of Thomas' father.
Saturday, noon-11pm: Jose Gonzalez, The Bees, Chris Wood, The Destroyers, The Dhol Blasters, Starless and Bible Black, John Smith, Sharron Kraus, Jon Redfern, Vijay Kishore, Spiro, Son of Noel and Adrian, Samantha Marais, The Family, Neil Burrell, Peter Moren, Ben Calvert and Claret.
They'll make a Dutch primary school teacher an honorary coauthor to credit her for first drawing their attention to this apparently starless dwarf galaxy.
Conversely, if you were scanning the skies for bright open clusters, you probably wouldn't spend a lot of time looking in the starless deserts lying near the galactic poles, right?
Andrews' name and, to a lesser extent, the Goodspeed brand will give the production initial cred and cachet but the starless show will have to sing and dance for itself in order to pull in auds.
Ashdown said: "For the sake of the Tory Party, if nothing else, I think the long journey through the deserts of the extreme led by Master William Hague and his rather starless camel will have to end and the party will have to come back to the centre right ground where it will again be able to put itself forward as a possible government."
That's us, face-to-face with ourselves, looking into the mirror of starless nights, pacing the floor when we can't sleep, lost in our thoughts, stumbling over words that never say all we want to say, but sometimes say too much.
The Starless and Bible Black programme aims to complement the work taking place back in Wales as part of the DT100 celebrations.