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  • Well the Levin Bill and the IPO appeared on the same day-a pure coincidence.

    Let's Understand The Levin's "Carried Interest Bill!"

  • We had to take a train back to our little apartment the very next day-a trip of some thirty hours, and very hard on my poor Macha.

    Logorrhea: Macerate

  • He had blood results come back from the lab as a match for a break-in at a jewelry store, and a suppression hearing in superior court, and already on his desk was the first new complaint of the day-a theft of wallets in which the credit cards had been used, leaving a trail for Patrick to trace.

    Nineteen Minutes

  • It was an auspicious day-a Friday at the end of the month.

    Blue Shoes And Happiness

  • At the far end of the pocket was a patch of green where sun must fall during some part of the day-a twisted, ancient tree, a few flourishing bushes, some grasses-all surrounding a tiny pool of water fed by a mere drip of a spring that trickled down the side of the rock through that hole above.

    Joust

  • Though it was late in the day-a Sunday, no less'the place was busy.

    Familiar Lullaby

  • One day-a day much like any other, here-he had finished playing and put his flute down, waiting for Dharinel to give him the usual critique.

    Beyond World's End

  • It had been a nervy, edgy day-a day she'd spent looking behind herconstantly to see if she was being followed.

    The Tycoon's Mistress

  • No matter that the pay was a barl a day-a fortune to some on the Volkaran isles.

    Into the Labyrinth

  • I swear, you're getting more like Gallic every day-a stringy old maid" "

    Into the Labyrinth

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