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and still as she listened, or seemed to listen, the whole place around her became alive with the strange creatures of her little sister’s dream.
He showed his beautiful head, which was surrounded by a bright aura. His face was alive with joy and surprise, and he smiled to the left and right.
The wood seemed to him to have become suddenly alive with faces.
Down hoods all!" said half a dozen low voices (every ruin in India becomes sooner or later a dwelling place of snakes, and the old summerhouse was alive with cobras). "Stand still, Little Brother, for thy feet may do us harm."
His lips thinned, but the mark on my shoulder was suddenly alive with velvet flame, caressing all the way down my body.
It was alive with constant travel and traffic: the country towns and inns swarmed with life and gaiety.
The meat was tender and alive with horseradish.
The roads were alive with trucks and taxis as far as the eye could see, bumper to bumper.
At the moment of his death... the night became alive with those stars. And thus was born the dragons' heaven
The wood is alive with birds.