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  • Don't anyone, anywhere, get in my face and tell me about the blessedness of the religious Middle Eastern dessert cults, be it torture-cross bearing X-tians, Muslim bath-robe turbanites, or Israeli interlopers with mutilated penises who can't get along with their Arab Abrahamic half-brothers, or any other member of a cult that engages in the kind of anti-social behavior committed in the name of a "higher" exo-planet source of transformative energy.

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  • "She'd left everything to the hospital for their mental patients, you see," Russell said, absently running one bath-robe sleeve across her wet, lamentably butchered hair.

    Locked Rooms

  • The attractive-looking woman turned and picked up her blue bath-robe, of a mid-blue colour that became her.

    The Captain's Doll

  • Harlow, clad in a white bath-robe and obviously recently showered, emerged from the bathroom and opened up his wardrobe.

    The Way to Dusty Death

  • Instead of the bath-robe and towels, there were fresh clothes laid out.

    The Persian Boy

  • He was sitting in his bath-robe on the side of his bed.

    The Persian Boy

  • He would hear no sense, but walked through in his bath-robe.

    The Persian Boy

  • He was too restless to sleep, but paced about in his bath-robe, running on about the wedding, how he was sending word to Oxyartes her father, and so on.

    The Persian Boy

  • And then she saw Uncle Charlie, in bath-robe and pajamas, coming down the hall from the bathroom.

    Missy

  • A little after four o'clock, when Courtland came plodding up the hall of the dormitory to his room, a head was stuck out of Tennelly's door, followed by Tennelly's shoulders attired in a bath-robe.

    The Witness

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