One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The ice has taken the appearance of dried blood - mottled and brown, with black vein-like cracks running in all directions.’
- ‘Fishing the last filter from the bottom of the bucket inevitably meant that blackened, lard-infused acid would trickle down your arms leaving red, vein-like rashes from armpit to fingertips.’
- ‘Small vein-like streaks of white began to form in the sky, cackling through the lands with their broken laughter, as if they knew something that he did not.’
- ‘The house is wrapped in opalescent glass and galvanized steel with a vein-like standing seam.’
- ‘In a recent issue of Jacket, Olivier Brossard rightly notes that this film ‘would have been a perfect case in point’ for Smith's notion of ‘a vein-like network in which differences coalesce, only immediately to fall asunder again’.’
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