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  • Today's more enlightened approach to park facilities called for the new 5,400-square-foot structure to include a gathering space for community uses, a display area, a gift concession quill pens, black-cat cookie cutters, "Tales of Terror and Detection" and other Poe-abilia, and decent bathrooms.

    A Visitor Center Where Poe Heard a Knocking

  • A blogger gives her interpretation of the reasons for black-cat mania.

    Global Voices in English » Japan: Cat mania

  • Vee gave me her black-cat look, her hair practically bristling.

    Crescendo

  • The summer we were fourteen we snuck out of our houses to set off black-cat firecrackers every night in the discouraged, old math-teacher's front yard; in August, her husband died of heart-failure.

    One Sentence

  • Hmmm, Not sure why theyre going with black-cat rumours at all?

    Another SPIDER-MAN 4 Casting Rumor – Anne Hathaway Approached to Play Black Cat? – Collider.com

  • If I had more time, I'd attempt to get a picture of black-cat Bali to post, but you'll just have to imagine his fuzzy handsomeness.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • With a sharp screech the black-cat leaped away and whirled towards me blindly.

    Wood Folk at School

  • The black-cat had not yet received punishment enough.

    Wood Folk at School

  • The animal was a fisher -- black-cat the trappers call him -- the most savage and powerful fighter of his size in the whole world, I think.

    Wood Folk at School

  • Some of those animals whose furs are most valued, as the ermine and sable, are nocturnal; so is the black-cat, and the rare wolverine also.

    Rural Hours

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