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1 The black tree was clearly defined against a yellow sky.
2 He only drank a cup of black tea and nibbled at a piece of dry bread for his supper.
3 He betrayed neither haste nor agitation; and while he was wrapping up the Bishop's candlesticks, he nibbled at a piece of black bread.
4 She wagered ten dollars on that black horse.
5 I said before, black and red for this one.
6 My bag is not black but red.
7 Those black shoes clash with that white skirt.
8 of all editions of his work published by the Black Sparrow Press are held at Western Michigan University, which purchased the archive of the publishing house after its closure in 2003.
9 The data packed into the black boxes of our phones and web browsers reveal things about us, trails of where we have been and what we have desired.
10 His cadres would kill him, and burn the body; he would squeeze himself into a submarine; he would bite on the cyanide capsule that hung on a black string round his neck.
11 Didst thou ever meet the Black Man, mother?
12 Despite coming from a poor black family, he earned degrees in mathematics and computing, and worked briefly for the navy as a rocket scientist.
13 Water is black or blue, while plant-covered ground is bright green. Bare earth around the Mississippi River is tan, and clouds are pale blue.
14 Green hats are surprisingly versatile. They look best with tan or light brown suits. But they also accent black, green, and gray suits very nicely.
15 He judged the strategies of the civil rights movement not only by their intrinsic moral virtue, but also by their effectiveness in ending discrimination against black people.
16 During Soviet times a successful bureaucrat could expect to live in a good but modest three-bedroom flat, with modern furniture. He could expect holidays on the Black Sea coast.
17 She bet a month's salary on the black horse.
18 In one of the defining phrases of 2007, the author and investor Nassim Taleb has called these occurrences "black swans" -unexpected events that have enormous consequences.
19 In Venice, we crisscrossed the lagoon by ferry, visited a glass factory, rented a fleet of black gondolas, and had time for a quick stop at Prada before heading back out of town.
20 Who could have conceived that the iron-framed lofts and black fire escapes of SoHo would become as precious in their conservation as Venice?
21 Their last film, "Black Gold", which premiered at the Sundance film festival, was about the struggle of one man against the multi-billion dollar coffee industry.
22 In Baimaxueshan for example, while the population of the Yunnan Golden Hair Monkey does not show a clear change, the populations of black bears and porcupines have increased.
23 Inhabitants there sip large quantities of hot black tea - typically drinking more than a liter (1.8 pints) per day per person - but also have a low incidence of tobacco and alcohol use.
24 Don't let work in other fields black out our central task.
25 Climate also seems to have played a role in the epidemic of Black Death, which killed about half the population of Central Europe by 1347.
26 Its standard feet are black polypropylene, screwed to the frames.
27 She collared my black wool coat with otter pelts.
28 My stepfather was a former priest, one of the early black men ordained to the priesthood in the United States.
29 One hypothesis about their creation is that they are the result of stars being sucked into giant black holes.
30 Once enough time has passed, however, all of the matter around will end up being sucked into black holes.