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“After giving him a moment to reflect she gently said, “You say you are the only one herenow; how has that come to pass?””
“When my grandfather was the Constable in the 1940's, he would have lunch or let's say - an after-work beer - at this place which might not have been THAT place, and if somebody wouldcall for him there, like,say, my grandmother, the owner/bartender wouldput his hand over thephone, ask about him knowing perfectlywell he was there, and thensay, "He say he no herenow.”
“My sister no longer breathes in the herenow, and her last breath was pushed in by a machine.”
“The world to come is not only a hereafter but also a herenow.”
“I may use it to introduce biology with Beethoven's 7th, 2nd movement--I realize for some it's a cliche, but it takes me beyond the herenow.”
“Close at hand in the realms nearest the herenow, or deep in those worlds where the boundaries between space and time were so thin as to be transparent.”
“Whatever was involved in Tom's di~co, it was something beyond the pale of the herenow.”
“Thomas by clicking herenow or visiting www. theAndyThomasTruth.com”
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