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“And there was nothing else to say except the usual, what you often say down here: you look out at the sea and say that no one ever comes here, you say how empty it is, and how lovely it is to be here on a bright and blustery June day with no one else in sight, despite all the tourism and the new houses and the money that came and went.”
“In the morning she would be here in bed with me and Archie Marlin would be in his.”
“** Married to Magic: Fairy Brides and Bridegrooms would be here **”
“I'm so happy I'm here and I'm able to come out and support not only myself but those who can't be here today, said Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Derek Collins, who has served for 11 years.”
“The question crosses my mind of how many mornings will I be here to perform this matinal rite, but I push it back and relish the soothing warmth on my calves.”
“Dr. Sanderson will be here directly, Mrs. Faulkner.”
“The former chief medical officer of the original U.S.S. Enterprise represented the same history as the ship approaching Space-Dock, and Ross felt it more than appropriate that he should be here on this day.”
“My dearest Antonius, I write this on the Ides of Sextilis, in the midst of such halcyon weather that I wish you could be here to enjoy it with me—and with Caesarion, who sends his love and good wishes.”
“Surgeon Callam will be here soon, Ross said steadily.”
“I should like to ask whether it would be here desired to draw philogenetic conclusions.”
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