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  • As Edwin reached for a pack of five-by-seven note cards his hand accidentally brushed Danny's arm.


  • The traders used to put up their positions on five-by-seven inch cards on a wall so that everyone could see what had been bought and sold.

    Why Did Lehman Behave So Idiotically?

  • Lô pulled the five-by-seven from his pocket and laid it on the table.

    Spider Bones

  • There was one five-by-seven of the wife and two kids that had to be fifteen years old.

    American Assassin

  • In some ways, it was actually a step backward from my master's-thesis method, which involved stacks of five-by-seven index cards that could be endlessly sorted.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • He picked up the five-by-seven photo of his grandmother and stared at it.

    The Pastor’s Wife

  • "Here, " he said, lifting out a faded five-by-seven photo.

    The 6th Target

  • It was a white, padded, five-by-seven envelope addressed to her personally, not the PR department.

    Angels and Outlaws

  • The man calling himself Franklin Bachardy dipped into another pocket and this time pulled out a five-by-seven color photograph.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • When I was at my first game, I could take back a picture pack, a set of glossy five-by-seven photos of twelve or so players, and impress my best friend Lance Harris.

    WHY is the FOUL POLE FAIR?

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