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“I proposed that, instead of referring to our next round of negotiations as SALT, for “Strategic Arms Limitation Talks” the name of the largely futile previous meetings on controlling intercontinental-range nuclear weapons, we adopt a more positive approach and we call them START—for “Strategic Arms Reduction Talks.””
“Which made it a big problem that Gary and Hodge did some rather incomplete historical research and yanked them out of time shortly before the—shall we call them window-throwers, for lack of a better term?”
“Grandma Olivia and Grandpa Samuel had gone home for the night and left orders for the doctor to call them if there were any dramatic changes.”
“And the gangs—we call them Wangsters now, she said, laughing.”
“And somewhere in there, on some neural net in your underconsciousness, stored away, all these checklists, or neuromuscular profiles, or call them sound curves, are stored away, like the parts of car bodies, or spoons, with similar shapes nested near each other.”
“We call them shadow-catchers because the priests snare the shadow-souls of any dead who might want to work any mischief—especially before an important occasion.”
“In Western anatomy, these are called agonist and antagonist muscle groups, but I call them balancing muscle groups.”
“We might call them Outgoing or say they live life in a Fast-Paced way.”
“Time and shared work had introduced him to all the men, some of whom he found himself able to like well enough to call them friends: William Whiting, James Price and Joseph Long.”
“This witness focused especially on the dodo: In colour they are grey; men call them Totersten or Walckvögel; they occur there in great plenty, insomuch that the Dutch daily caught and ate many of them.”
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