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“No, I think Judy Blume would have found a way to write Karen Newman out of that.”
“My colleague in columny down the hall, Maureen Dowd, found a way to turn the phrase around.”
“I will die without knowing who plotted my death, without knowing what it means that the Skaldi have found a leader who thinks, without knowing if Ysandre found a way to cross the deadly Straits and wed the Alban prince to whom she was betrothed.”
“Philippe Rousselot, the cinematographer, found a way to use diffused lighting to get around that.”
“But my ever-enterprising mother found a way around this hurdle.”
“Or had Lamar Rensdale found a way to convince her that I needed school if I was ever to grow up happy and normal?”
“Kinseth obviously had found a way into and out of that house at 1669 Kirby Court, and Ready wanted to know what it was.”
“But something deep within told me that the Red Sox Nation was wounded and wavering, and if the Yankees found a way to put them down, they would not get back up.”
“Some of Stonewall's misgivings of the spring must have been relieved; otherwise he would have found a way of keeping the command out of Taliaferro's hands.”
“That afternoon he tackled the Cuss word Companions program, and this time found a way to finesse it so he could address the key he needed.”
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