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“Despite the fact that I am clearly perched on the leading edge of future epochs, riding the ailerons of an age when man shall even fly to distant stars.”
“Early the next morning, I fly to northern Iraq with Hansjoerg and the close protection team in a Belgian C-130 Hercules military plane that continuously ejects antimissile devices as we prepare for landing.”
“The last leg of the fly-around brought us to La Crosse, Wisconsin, from where I was going to fly to Milwaukee and then on to Vermont to check in on the grand quixotic adventure that was the McMullen campaign.”
“Given the precarious predicament he inherited, it seemed unfair that a blown save was in order as Catcher Jason Varitek lifted a sacrifice fly to center to tie matters at 4.”
“She never came to understand people like me and the rest of her protégées, who were inspired by her to question authority, to fly to a new dimension.”
““We fly to Amsterdam, and then you can connect to The Hague through one of our One Planet Alliance partner carriers.””
“Perhaps accustomed to the spacious dimensions of their Comerica Park, Verlander, centerfielder Curtis Granderson and other Detroit Tiger teammates in the dugout expected the innocent-looking fly to produce an out.”
“I should have spent the weekend before the primary barnstorming New Hampshire, but instead John Sears arranged for us to leave the state and fly to Peoria, where I campaigned for the Illinois primary.”
“B Boesch hit sacrifice fly to center, J Damon scored.”
“I stopped campaigning long enough in October to fly to Ottawa, Canada for the International Conference on Literacy and Corrections.”
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