“The next day the bells of the abbey sounded once for every year the two slain monks were a part of the order -- a total of eighty-three times -- today they ring us back to mass and to sing the psalms throughout the day.”
“Abu Zubaydah was later “waterboarded” eighty-three times by the CIA.”
““Shields down to eighty-three percent,” called out Rogeiro.”
“Quarry is nonchalant about the effect that Hoffmann's increasingly eccentric behavior might have on the firm's biggest investors: "At the end of the day, Hoffmann could swing naked from the rafters playing the ukulele . . . as long as he made them a return of eighty-three per cent.”
“Ninety-eight or eighty-three over infinity, it is almost not even a fraction.”
“I can't think of anything that has more disturbed me in my eighty-three years as an American citizen than the current virulent attacks, both from the political right and left, on the incumbent president of the United States.”
““On the fourteenth of August, nineteen eighty-three,” Phil said.”
“There aren't, practically speaking, many new arguments left to be had in the science fiction community, after eighty-three years of existence.”
“But this difference pales before the contrast between the Tea Party Caucus and its ostensible opposite number, the Progressive Caucus, some eighty-three members strong.”
“First of all, stay away from my father who is eighty-three years old.”
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