The exchange was a stark testimony to the incongruities of man versus woman, and the pending adjustments of our marriage, looming ahead.
Her blood was a slash of stark red against a white marble floor.
Cynthia looked from one to the other in stark amazement.
While Cynthia was apprehensive over the wildness of the area, once there, the stark beauty that engulfed her dispelled her earlier trepidation.
The reality of his stark words made her wonder what he would've done in the same situation.
Wynn's breath caught at the stark pronouncement from the enigmatic deity.
The stark red of blood against white snow caught his attention, and he circled the park behind the castle.
She wore those half-stockings that were supposed to be hidden by something far longer than what covered her pudgy legs, which were streaked with the stark blue of veins looking like a map of a very congested and curvy area.
He could no longer look at the two crumpled bills on the bed, the stark reminder of her fury when he'd sent her away.
The muscular woman, with short blond hair and clad in black tactical gear, stood in a stark white hallway.
He revived Cynthia and wrapped her tightly in a bright red blanket, stark contrast to her blanched pallor.
Staying at Katie and Bills house was a stark reminder of what would be missing in her life with Alex.
It was followed by the stark reality that he had nothing – and no one – else to go to.
Her breath caught at the stark pronouncement.
Baum stark, Aristoteles bei den Syrern vom v.-viii.
For this victory, which did much to bring about the capitulation of General Burgoyne, Stark received the thanks of Congress and a commission as brigadier-general in the Continental Army (Oct.
See Memoir and Official Correspondence of General John Stark (Concord, N.H., 1860) by his grandson Caleb Stark (1804-1864), who wrote in 1831 Reminiscences of the French War containing Rogers's Expeditions with the New England Rangers and an Account.
"Samuel Stark saw her the other morning," said Tanner.
And the cavalry, with spurs and sabers urging on horses that could scarcely move, trotted with much effort to the column presented to them- -that is to say, to a crowd of Frenchmen stark with cold, frost-bitten, and starving--and the column that had been presented to them threw down its arms and surrendered as it had long been anxious to do.