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She turned and looked into the half-shadow where Wolruf stood.
The photograph was a professional studio portrait, the face cast in a film star's brooding half-shadow.
He was in half-shadow as the candle burned almost to the bottom, the tallow running over.
He stood there in it for a moment, half-man, half-shadow, as if gathering purpose.
Too many faces are shot in half-shadow.
The room was small and in half-shadow, its edges merged in hazy darkness.
He saw one male and female coupling, energetically but clumsily, in the half-shadow of a hut wall.
Adrenaline made her pulse race as she skulked in the half-shadow toward the inattentive guards.
After all he was in the half-shadow of the shelter, she might not see him-- the protective "playing dead" of an animal.
Emergency lights glowed in the corners, and the eerie cabin was in half-shadow.
A half-shadow fell across him.
Cast in half-shadow, his eyes were hard as granite and a sulky tension firmed his mouth.
Most of the colonies are located along the "coast" - the place in a murky half-shadow of constant night and constant day.
Someone was standing among the trees with no discernible face or coloring, a broad half-shadow, half-faded, as Morgon was, into the night.
Master of ceremonies Deems Taylor enters the stage (also in half-light, half-shadow) and introduces the program.
A dark, fixed point, now partly veiled by mist, lay beyond, and it was toward that looming half-shadow that the spinning disk hurtled.
Fantasia opens with live action scenes of members of an orchestra gathering against a blue background and tuning their instruments in half-light, half-shadow.
The mers had ended their dance and disappeared beneath the waters again; now, abruptly, three slender heads with runnel led fur emerged in the half-shadow below her.
Because they were, sitting in the small, close room, facing one another, and because Dr Muku's back was to the window, his face was in half-shadow.
As he came to the front entrance, he found his father waiting for him, in the half-shadow leaning with his wide shoulders spread above the slim metal shaft of his cane.
She knelt there in the half-shadow, mesmerized by the flickering pattern of the firelight, its fierce heat, its ever-changing dance of forms; then she looked back at her father.
The wolf's gray body lay half in the moonlight, half in shadow and backing away from it was a shadowy thing that was half-light, half-shadow, almost seen but never surely, like a phantom creature that moves within one's dream.
She achieves phenomenal elegance with the elderly woman in a turban - it's her version of a Rembrandt - the woman in half-shadow, crosslegged on her couch with a dangling cigarette, light pouring in from windows on either side.