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Listening to the rising and falling notes, it's hard not to think of Burton going through the mesmeric: "It is Spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black, the cobblestreets silent and the hunched, courter's-and-rabbits' wood limping invisible down to the sloeblack, slow, black, crowblack.
The ALMA observations detected copious amounts of deuterium, suggesting that the cloud is cold and starless.
A starless universe would have been a lifeless one.
2nd Corinthians 4:6 LIFE has patches that resemble nothing so much as a starless night without ending.
After all that starless and bibleblack drama, Friday's nightcap comes from the Peter King Quartet.
Whether, then, we refer to our new epoch as after virtue or before ethics, whether we wander aimlessly under a starless sky or gaze with wonder upon a new constellation, we find ourselves the inhabitants of a strange new ethico-spiritual landscape, ill-equipped and ill-prepared to meet the unfamiliar challenges we face; perhaps disillusioned by our loss of the world we thought we knew and disoriented in a world we never imagined; anxious, agitated, perhaps even appalled, but nonetheless called upon to think clearly and act responsibly.
Becky is in smouldering form with songs such as Starless by prog rock band King Crimson, while Rachel, who is eight months pregnant, takes a bit of a backseat.
Indigo is a moody blue, a deep rich colour which evokes thoughts of oceans at night and endless starless skies.
IT'S pitch black as I set off tentatively in my kayak, the starless sky merging seamlessly into the inky river.
The window is starless still; the clock ticks; The page is
Once the king stared into the starless pit, he beheld in the frothing ripples the marriage of the earth and the sun from which a child was born who schemed for parricide so as to rejoin the abyssal depths to which it illegitimately belonged and to reenact once again the absolute freedom of alien depths.
A year after the humiliation of dropping into the Championship managerless, starless and debt-ridden, they looked in freefall.