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Elsewhere a half-moon of yellow sand received the ripples with a kiss, suggestive of utter conquest and the end of strife.

Under the WavesR M Ballantyne

The Turkish cavalry formed a half-moon with the horns turned outwards.

The stars shone cold and bright, while a half-moon bathed the whole scene in a soft, uncertain light.

The half-moon brightened upon him sitting moveless beside the stone figure.

Satan SandersonHallie Erminie Rives

With us it means a half-moon table, curtained down, and ruffled over with spotted muslin, and set under a looking-glass.

One evening, I walked in the garden, and the half-moon seemed to follow me.

Olive LeavesLydia Howard Sigourney

You would, then, rather serve under the Half-Moon than under the Cross?

Historical MiniaturesAugust Strindberg

You may meet the real thing out here, warned Ned, turning back to look over the plateau, now shining in the light of a half-moon.

Boy Scouts in the NorthwestG. Harvey Ralphson

The suprarenal capsules are little bodies of half-moon shape which lie above the kidneys.

A half-moon was growing silvery when John said good-by at the gate of the campus.

John March, SouthernerGeorge W. Cable

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