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“The clip, which was given the title Many Girls on a Boat, had been unseen since being made and screened in the summer of 1932.”
“For most of the thousand years that Tanu and Firvulag resided on Pliocene Earth (which they called the Many-Colored Land), they were fairly evenly matched in the ritual wars fought as part of their battle-religion.”
“Says Johnathan: “Many is the paper I sat through which would be debated in terms of ‘simplicity’, ‘intuitiveness’ and even ‘cleanliness’.””
“Many is the time rude people in boats cut in close to fish at all hours day or night.”
“One Bullet Too Many" is reprinted (in color!) in Batman in the Sixties.”
“A story of hers also features in Many Bloody Returns (Penguin: September 4th 2007).”
“Simply put, Wonders Are Many is not two great tastes that go great together.”
“Many is the adventurer who plundered your treasure hoard, and yet you always had more than we could ever dream of taking.”
“Oh, [insert shameless plug here], if you * do* like them, I have a short story called "Fire and Ice and Linguine for Two" now available in Many Bloody Returns edited by by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner (Ace Hardcover, Sept. 2007, 978-0441015221).”
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