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And through your devising we are come back again from the murky gloom and from our merciless bonds, enjoying what we looked not for, O lord, son of Cronos.
744-757) There stands the awful home of murky Night wrapped in dark clouds.
Then who can hope to know what my feelings were, to hear this armor- plated ass start in on it again, in the murky twilight of tradition, before the dawn of history, while even Lactantius might be referred to as "the late Lactan- tius," and the Crusades wouldn't be born for five hundred years yet?
A murky red and yellow sky, and a rising mist from the Seine, denoted the approach of darkness.
Who happen to be in the Lord Chancellor's court this murky afternoon besides the Lord Chancellor, the counsel in the cause, two or three counsel who are never in any cause, and the well of solicitors before mentioned?
The latter then disappeared entirely behind the murky veil, and the lower belt of cloud, at the same moment, lifted above the line of the horizon, which was again disclosed in a full blaze of daylight.
The small rain fell too softly to be heard in the garden; not a leaf stirred in the airless calm; the watch-dog was asleep, the cats were indoors; far or near, under the murky heaven, not a sound was stirring.
The air was thick and murky with the smoke of it; and this, combined with the violent movement of the ship as she struggled through the storm, would surely have made me sea-sick had I been a victim to that malady.
They descended the narrow steps which led into the crypt, and paused among the gloomy arches, in a dim and murky spot.
If the subsidies are struck down, what happens next in Texas remains murky.
AUTHORITIES said yesterday that drinking water drawn from the Kannaviou dam in Paphos may look a bit murky but was fine to drink.
PEOPLE refused to venture outdoors and buildings disappeared into Beijing's murky skyline as the capital's air quality went off the index.