Here slop-pails were emptied and rubbish thrown, and through the cracks a Black Stream flowed over the court.
The pair fell back on either side of the Black Stream that gushed out like water.
I presently saw that they were employed in throwing into the Black Stream a quantity of books which were heaped up on the shore.
Farther down, the walls of earth grew dark and finally a Black Stream ran between them.
From a rent low down in the side of one of them a Black Stream of big mussels was trickling.
Perverse poets angle along the Black Stream: their hollow skulls serve as boxes for worms.
A long, Black Stream of carriages poured down the avenue, intersected here and there by other streams, tending horizontally.
Coyotes howled far away in the night, and diving beaver boomed out in the Black Stream.
A Black Stream gushed forward, reached the fire, and the room was a roaring furnace.
If so, our hope is valid, and will not yield when we lean heavily upon it for support in the ford over the Black Stream.
A branch of the North Equatorial Current that flows northeast from the Philippine Sea, north along the eastern shore of Taiwan, past southeastern Japan, and onward to the North Pacific. Its warm air moderates the climate of Taiwan and Japan. Also called Kuroshio Current. See more at equatorial current, gyre.