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  • On this daywatch an old man in a Hiroshige drawing looked across at a dynamic color abstraction, while an electron diffraction pattern, curving white on black like a surreal galaxy, glowed on the rear bulkhead of the room.

    Starfarers

  • One daywatch about three ship months after departure, Mokoena and Brent met in the common room for this purpose.

    Starfarers

  • I looked around at University squadroom starting to fill up with daywatch dicks.

    White Jazz

  • Johnny had been working a daywatch foot beat with overtime on swing, so at 11: 00 A.M. I knew there was a good chance of snagging him alone.

    White Jazz

  • If the comic did not exist, this movie still sucks hard! comic or no it is truly terrible. the director is talented and visionary. and has yet to make anything I like. hated daywatch and nightwatch (but not as much as wanted!) cars and bullets that defy all laws of physics in completely unbelievable ways! he is way over the top and is truly style over substance. there are movies out there with very cool unbelievable stunts that still don't destroy the movie (xxx, fast and the furious, the matrix, equilibrium to name a few.) as cool as everything looks in daywatch, nightwatch, and wanted, it just ends up being waaayy too much.

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  • o o o At Hollywood Station I exercised the Warrants cops 'special prerogative, issuing an all-points juvenile runaway warrant and a priority material witness warrant on Lorna Martilkova/Linda Martin, leaving the report forms with the daywatch boss, who told me the APBs would hit the air within the hour, and that he would send officers over to 1611 North Orange Drive to question the tenants on Linda/Lorna's possible whereabouts.

    White Jazz

  • o o o The Bureau, an Exley memo waiting: "Kafesjian/459 -- report in full." 8: 00, no daywatch men in yet -- no potential Georgie Ainge skinny.

    White Jazz

  • He had a pal working Hollywood daywatch — a lieutenant named Poulson who’d stayed tight with Mickey C. despite Brenda A. He’d talk to the man about the two departments putting a Homicide team together, and again stated that he thought it would come down to the quality of the victims.

    The Big Nowhere

  • San Dimas had the most rowdy detective squad in the Department; in ‘46 the daywatch boss, jacked on turpen hydrate, beat a wetback fruit picker to death.

    The Big Nowhere

  • “Sorry, but you’re staying here until daywatch relieves you or the lab techs show up.”

    The Big Nowhere

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