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DIM

days in milk.
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release, And that the dream, dimly But with increasingly distinctness,
Picture a fireplace, fresh flowers on the tables and dimly lit space.
At Elmina Castle near Cape Coast, visitors are guided through a suffocating, dimly lit dungeon to the "door of no return," through which slaves passed into ships destined for the Americas.
Think silky smooth skin, a room dimly lit with glowing candles and two erotically charged parties and you'll have fallen into Six Erotic Journeys.
This icon serves as a kind of window on a scene that can otherwise only be dimly imagined.
Scott is a total genius in her evocation of this dimly historic time and place.
Owing to the structure's padlocked front door, the viewer--which is to say the perpetually frustrated consumer--is physically excluded from all the assembled stuff, resigned to peer in at the dimly lit space through dusty windows.
Just as hot electric-stove elements radiate light, black smokers glow dimly as 400[degrees] C fluid emerges.
Many of them are trapped in the romanticism of their own past, wanting against all evidence to believe their ancient ways of conquest, banditry and slavery are still relevant to the dimly understood "outside world.
Instead, God will use Israel as a bruised reed or a dimly burning wick to bring light to the nations.
Aside from collecting the countless photo strips that illustrate the text--compiled from therapy sessions, phone messages, interviews, and dimly remembered anecdotes--there was no set game plan.
If you get sick of the national beers Victoria and Tona, slip inside this dimly lit pub and sip on a Guinness or Murphy's while enjoying a corn beef and cabbage.