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He rowed, always keeping his bow towards the far-off spangle of lights which showed where the Trunella lay at anchor.
THE SHADOWARTHUR STRINGER
They might miss the spangle and sawdust of the circus, you know.
LETTY AND THE TWINSHELEN SHERMAN GRIFFITH
A thousand palm-crowned and foam-girdled reefs spangle the ocean to the north and east of Tahiti.
SUMMER CRUISING IN THE SOUTH SEASCHARLES WARREN STODDARD
On every hand luscious lawns spread, filled with crocuses and dandelions just beginning to spangle the green.
And at any moment, of course, a turn of the kaleidoscope might suddenly toss a bright spangle into the grey pattern of one's days.
THE REEFEDITH WHARTON
I thought you a broken toy that had lasted its time; a worthless spangle that was tarnished, and thrown away.
It seemes it is in fashion with you to sugar your papers with Carnation phrases, and spangle your speeches with new quodled words.
What has become of these groups of fascinating people gotten up in silk and spangle?
ADVENTURES IN THE ARTSMARSDEN HARTLEY
Her raiment crumpled in the tomb Showed here and there a spangle's foil.
They smear a mark of red powder on the forehead or have a spangle there.

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