And I'm saying to myself, maybe this could call some sort of X - ray-like damage, if you will. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript May 19, 2009] Reference
Wings transformed into ray-like fins glinting, refracted by salt water and sun burst. From Wordnik.com. [Comments for Ballardian] Reference
Through the next window -- Tank No. 3 -- you may see more tube-worms, with ray-like, daisy heads, and soft muddy tubes. From Wordnik.com. [Brothers of Pity and Other Tales of Beasts and Men] Reference
One new image shows large patterns of ray-like lines extending southward across much of the planet surface from a young, newly-imaged crater. From Wordnik.com. [msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines] Reference
The Pentagon released footage last week of as revealed in these pages last week, the US has used ray-like weapons in an actual theatre of war for the first time. From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph] Reference
But now their attention was called to Mr Inglis, who had found a specimen of the brittle star-fish, which soon showed its right to the name by throwing off a couple of ray-like arms. From Wordnik.com. [Hollowdell Grange Holiday Hours in a Country Home] Reference
In every direction, 'white, mystic, wonderful', open out the ray-like courts, each pierced through by a single arrow of light that serves to illumine its lofty silence and dimly to reveal the monuments of the dead. From Wordnik.com. [Allan Quatermain] Reference
When Caius glanced later at the other's face, it appeared to him that he derived his impression from the deep, ray-like wrinkles that were like star-fish round the man's eyes; but if so, it must have been that something in the quality of the voice reflected the expression of the face, for they were not in such plight as would enable them to observe one another's faces much. From Wordnik.com. [The Mermaid A Love Tale] Reference
With ray-like florets round a disk-like face. From Wordnik.com. [An Island Garden] Reference
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