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“Asheridge and all these people doing what we were doing and doing well at it.”
“By 2001, Morris was doing well at school, and a Roman Catholic nun recruited him to further his studies at a church-run boarding school in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital about 370 miles 600 kilometers south of Kakuma.”
“I'm doing well for only the second time I've gotten shot, she thought hazily, swimming up through the fuzzy gray blanket of shock.”
“Andt you have also been doing well of lade, as I am bleased to hear.”
“If Birachii's people were indeed occupying the full attention of the enemy and doing well in the bargain, then it opened up all sorts of strategic possibilities for Ranji's squad.”
“After I had sent over my two men and had got my clocks well introduced, and had them there more than a year, Sperry & Shaw, hearing that we were doing well and selling a good many, thought they would take a trip to Europe, and took along perhaps fifty boxes of clocks.”
“Yet even if Carridin was only doing well in the rumors, that should be enough.”
“If the rumors could be believed, Carridin was doing well in Altara and Murandy, though not as quickly as Niall would have liked.”
“Eli wondered what that meant, if anything, other than his old classmate Elizabeth was clearly doing well for herself.”
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