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“It took the better part of another full day before he regained some of his newfound courage and outgoingness.”
“In a speech delivered at eight in the morning of the first full day of the conference I attended, Lisa Ackerman, the head of a group called Talk About Curing Autism TACA, ran through a long list of things parents “need” to do for their children, including testing for mineral deficiencies, installing water filtration systems, eating organic chickens, and throwing out all flame-retardant clothing, mattresses, and carpeting.”
“Barely a full day out of port, it was already becoming clear that the politicians who'd set this whole thing up had assumed that the scientists of Amity's survey section would be operating more or less independently of the larger ship community, with their own equipment, living areas, and chain of command.”
“Eyewitness Coleman Healy, questioned by Danny Upshaw on his first full day working the case.”
“So after a full day of campaigning, usually on my own, I would join George and the others for dinner and then retire into our bedroom to read “no-think” books.”
“Post-quarantine, Neil stayed at home one full day to take refuge from reporters.”
“Presently, when it was full day he entered his audience hall and sat upon the throne of his kingship whereupon his Chamberlains and Grandees flocked to the presence and with them the Sage Duban.”
“On Mariam's second full day at Jalil's house, a little girl came into the room.”
“In the wake of the early-morning earthquake, which measured 5.2 on the Richter scale, Dr. Smeeth faced a full day of meetings with aides to address the geologic event, which startled Salt Lakers awake at”
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