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“The doors opened a few seconds later to reveal a clean white hallway a hundred feet long directly in front of him, plus two eighty-foot hallways to either side identical to the ones on the ground level.”
“Within a few seconds they have composed themselves into a neat radial pattern with the goat now invisible at its axis; elbow to elbow, jaws locked on the meat, tails swinging, they resemble a monstrous nine-pointed starfish.”
“For a few seconds we went along the smooth pavement at 170 kmh, the passing hills and clusters of houses taking on a surreal quality, as if we were making our own fast little world and they approved and had agreed to serve as the background; as if we were locals now, entitled to at least one moment of road recklessness.”
“Aware of the prearranged deal, Charlie Duke, just about ready to pass over the CapCom duties to astronaut Owen Garriott of the Maroon Team, took only a few seconds to get approval:”
“It took me a few seconds to figure out that these were the framed words of Il Duce himself, and that the dates referred to particular speeches he had given.”
“Odo began to run, then leaped into the air and became a Kalari lightning hawk, flying the kilometer to the village in only a few seconds of hyperfast wingbeats.”
“The Alero stayed only a few seconds in the range of the traffic camera, then the camera angle switched, and Ready could see it moving away from the intersection and down the street toward the next stop light.”
“Three minutes into descent, he noticed they were passing over the crater known as Maskaleyne W. a few seconds early:”
“The Titan II rocket shot the spacecraft aloft from Launchpad LC-19 just a few seconds before 9:00 A.M.”
“After a few seconds some cheesy easy-listening music began to play and the words Crushem Productions presents appeared on the screen, followed by the title, A Bug's Death, and a director's credit for one “Rarvey Hagle.””
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