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  • On dieir second day in what Susannah was coming to think of as the Hide Camp, Roland built a large and rickety frame over a new fire, one that was low and slow.

    The Dark Tower

  • Everybody moved with a sort of lisdess shuffle, as if their lot was to break their backs for Milt Rossier all day, then go home and break dieir backs some more.

    Little Girl Blue

  • These women were women who were with dieir men at the beginning of their big stardom, and they felt entitled to be wives forever.

    Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth

  • 'Frank adored the man and then, after his death, turned on him and denied dieir friendship just to get that damn licence,' she said later.

    Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth

  • The monitor's chimes sang dieir three-note paean, and its raddled gray face appeared to announce the final score: thirteen to twelve.

    Nightside The Long Sun

  • Astes and Remrem were warriors of renown and more than deserving of dieir own commands.

    River God

  • The otterlings were on dieir best behavior and Mudge only had to cuff one every two minutes to keep them in line.

    The Time of the Transference

  • Let diem prove dieir metde in a ring, with gloves, or bare fists, instead of in die streets widi whiskey hordes and cobble rocks.

    The Lunatic Fringe

  • Eiric glimpsed their beautiful, smiling faces and shuddered STORMBRINGER 97 again, for diere was a kind of love on dieir faces, a kind of pride-a kind of confidence so that, for a moment, he was filled widi die wish to jump from his horse and fling himself

    Storm Bringer

  • In spite of dieir protests, Val at last got rid of them.

    Ralestone Luck

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