A shooting-star to northward filled the sky with the green blink of a meteorite dissipating itself in our atmosphere.
A shooting-star scored the dark blue night-sky and vanished.
His body fell through the heavens, aflame like a shooting-star; and the horses of the Sun dashed homeward with the empty chariot.
He was Kwayū, meteor, shooting-star: he hunted people and ate them.
About one-half of this number are also known as shooting-star epochs.
Night drew on, and every "shooting-star" was a new sign of the end.
For moments, hours, ages she was propelled with the velocity of a shooting-star.
The shooting-star, a near relative of the cyclamen, is as thick upon the earth as stars up in the sky.
Her single spark of light through the half-veiled lantern passed as swiftly as a shooting-star across the plateau.
Sudden as a shooting-star up springs the red-deer, and in the gloom as suddenly is lost.
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