Now Baronova sits in the coffee shop and nervously fiddles with an unlit cigarette.
The Daily Beast arrived two hours after the shooting, navigating the unlit roads through mining country.
The man took a long, unlit cigarillo out of his mouth, and paused.
He pulls an unlit cigar from his teeth, his favorite black Sharpie at the ready.
The streets are unlit; the drivers are blind to anything more than a few inches beyond their headlights.
It was dark inside, but all along the church floor, on either side, was a straight row of unlit candles.
The hall was unlit, and only the faintest light reached it from the office.
The room beyond was unlit, save by the moon shining brightly through the parted curtains.
The short December day, unlit by any sunset glow, was failing fast.
Her little face, seen now in repose, unlit by the light that glowed in her eyes when she looked at him, was piteous with fatigue.