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“With Royal Flush flying dangerously low over the North Sea, navigator Ronald Bailey had trouble sighting the English coast through the fast-gathering evening mist, and an even more difficult time finding Thorpe Abbotts, which looked exactly like the other American bomber bases that had been built nearby.”
“A fast-gathering storm lashed the ship with seas that broke high over the prow, carrying away bulwarks and washing cargo up and down the decks.”
“Another loud peal from a fast-gathering, ominous cloud — the base of which rested on the nearest hill, and began to descend, fixed and determined of purpose — and the welcome din began.”
“Through fast-gathering twilight he gave the word for the artillery to emerge and deliver what he hoped would be a surprise bombardment.”
“But though they hunted as well as they were able to in the fast-gathering darkness, there was no trace of the intruders.”
“As they wheeled over the town they waved a last farewell to the hundreds below, whose forms they could just make out in the fast-gathering darkness.”
“And as he finished he once more glanced nervously around at the huts and shacks in the gloom of the fast-gathering night.”
“The two professors made what observations they could in the petrified city in the fast-gathering darkness, and then, having taken a petrified man into the projectile with them to deposit in a scientific museum in which Professor Roumann was interested, the _Annihilator_ was sealed shut.”
“But she could only smile at him through fast-gathering tears -- strange tears of mingled joy and wonder and pain.”
“Mabel, who was standing beside Joe, idly looking through the fast-gathering darkness at the stranger.”
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