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pitch-black

of a deep black colour
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She filled a pitch-black space with a maze of giant boxes, leaving narrow tunnels through which the audience is drawn, pushed, and pulled.
The film sees Ronaldo take on a number of tasks as Castrol ask: * Will his famous trademark free kick have the strength and power to stand up in an explosive encounter against walls of glass Can his mental strength and intuition help him through the pitch-black cross ball challenge Will his skill, reaction speed and endurance help him outwit marksman to survive the ultimate test in 'Snipers Alley'?
However, the Girls Aloud singer has proved herself to be a valuable asset to the mix, and is back tonight to help more hopefuls find love in a pitch-black dating room.
The pitch-black sky makes it easy to see distant galaxies such as the Milky Way and Andromeda.
The award is given to the best places in the world for star-gazing because of their pitch-black surroundings.
I wonder if the same compassion will be shown to a weary train driver who's just driven a train hundreds of miles in the pitch-black, having to observe signals and speed limits.
The eel shimmers and the dogfish darts,/ A dance of crisscrosses and trespasses /Through distillate glints and nacreous silts,/ And the sun, like fronds of royal palm /Wind-torn, tossed, lashes upon the wake,/But no lamplight mars or bleaches your realm,/ A dark of sediment, spawn, slough, and lees,/Runoff, pitch-black, from the rivers of Psalms.
Nicolas Cage (right) takes the lead in Andrew Niccol's pitch-black comedy drama about an unscrupulous businessman who spots a lucrative gap in the market and sets out to make his fortune.
Pitch-black comedy, starring Billy Bob Thornton (above), Tony Cox, Bernie Mac, John Ritter and Lauren Graham.
A reflection for Advent from a new booklet by spiritual author Joyce Rupp: "We can have the best eyes in the world, but in pitch-black darkness our eyes are of little use to us.
The dim glow doesn't even begin to fight the pitch-black gloom of the deep ocean.