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“I should probably do that here, too, but that's what you get when you try to write every weekday: the half-blown, first-draft thoughts of someone who wouldn't mind taking a baseball bat to a sapling.”
“Robin's eggs are an easy shade of blue, color I can duplicate with a chord on a guitar like it crawled from half-blown notes in the amplified echo of a synesthesiac's dream.”
“And before he got blowed up real good, Leslie Arzt gave us a quick history lesson on Ascani Sobrero, the man who invented nitro-glycerine and got his face half-blown off for his troubles.”
“He went to his little garden, and returned with a half-blown rose.”
“Then they crossed Purbeck field, as it is still called — which twenty years since was a wide waste of land, but is now divided by new fences, very grievous to half-blown horses.”
“Some had but little confidence in their half-blown horses; with many the waiting, though so abused and anathematized, was in truth more to their taste than the run itself -- with others the excitement had gone by, and a gallop over a field or two was necessary before it would be restored.”
“The half-elf ran a gentle finger along the edge of a half-blown spray of queen™s plume.”
“Not that I'd patrol with the half-blown reliners they call squadron leaders these days.”
“She pulled a half-blown rose, I thought it meant for me,”
“The half-blown buds of this variety are exquisitely beautiful, and vary somewhat in form according to their age; some resemble a nearly blown tulip, and others a rosebud.”
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