Black angel


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(Zool.) a fish of the West Indies and Florida (Holacanthus tricolor), with the head and tail yellow, and the middle of the body black.

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A hundred black faces turned round in their rows to peer; and beyond, a black Angel of Doom was beating a book in a pulpit.
It was more 'Just open your eyes and give people a fair chance.'" The wide-ranging interview is accompanied by striking images of a bare-chested Raheem adorned with black angel wings.
The deal has been signed to finance the capital expenditure and development costs of the Nalunaq gold mine and Black Angel zinc/lead mine in Greenland.
cabin and saw the huge black angel bathing, hard pewter-colored pieces
Before he knows it, Parker is back on the path he trod in The Black Angel, a twisting route where little is as it seems, and where there appears to be supernatural purpose in his stride.
"She is being painted as a devil woman, a black angel, whatever the hell you want to call it and she is none of those things," he said.
Mining company Angus & Ross is exploring the Black Angel mine in west Greenland.
In several Woolrich adaptations (Phantom Lady, 1944; Black Angel, 1946; and I Wouldn't Be in Your Shoes, 1948), the "detective" is a woman who has been forced into a role that calls on her to explore, and often to participate in, some aspect of the underworld, usually to save a wrongly convicted love interest.
In The Black Angel (Hodder, pounds 14.99), he pushes his genre-bending technique to the limit, for this is his darkest book to date and leans more towards horror than crime fiction.
With his new collection, Starck translated the brand's past tradition of black crystal manufacturing with such new items as One Perfect, Aie, Fool, Hell and Black Angel.
Black Angel Cards: A Soul Revival Guide for Black Women (Harper, $18), a guidebook and set of companion cards designed to stimulate self-evaluation and healing for Black women, by Earthlyn Marselean Manuel.
o black angel reveal yourself but may your splendor not consume me, leave unmelted the mist that haloes you, stamp yourself in my thought, since no eye resists your blazings coal-black angel sheltering under the chestnut peddler's cape