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“I suppose some of it must be controversial, but I can’t for the life of me imagine anyone killing Union Jack because he proposed halving the size of the Printing New Technology Steering Group,” she said drily.”
“Ay, the phenomenon is the queerest thing I ever saw, and I cannot for the life of me account for it.”
“I couldn't for the life of me see why she should, in spite of her half-promise to them; she seemed to be able to deal with them as her brother had failed to do, dividing and ruling and keeping them guessing; if she could hold the rein on them while she tightened her grip on the government of the country, I couldn't see how war would be in her interest.”
“Yet Faraday’s the only friend you’ve got in the bunch and, frankly, I can’t for the life of me see how he can be in it.””
“[Image fp12: HARRIET LADY ASHBURTON]/[Page 13]/Nay, I cannot for the life of me recollect the numbers of my friends 'houses!”
“Noting the speed of Tim Wakefield’s bread and butter pitch and how the effectiveness is reliant on whether it floated or danced just enough, I wondered for the life of me how Knuckle-ballers Phil and Joe Niekro, Charlie Hough, Wilbur Wood, Tom Candiotti and Wakefield forged successful careers throwing a 45- to 50-miles-an-hour pitch, and shook my head in disgust.”
“Buntline, who was taking the part of “Cale Durg,” appeared, and gave me the “cue” to speak “my little piece,” but for the life of me I could not remember a single word.”
“Though I can't for the life of me believe you could contrive to change your voice to spite Domick. ”
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