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“I've already committed to be a volunteer for him-a very active volunteer!!!”
“Overall, he had a concentration camp look about him-a look that proclaimed the slow demise of a man.”
“A more conservaqtive mesage is sure to snatch votes from McCain, as evidenced by a quarter of voters in North Carolina and Indiana voting against him-a couple months after his last opponent dropped out.”
“The Elven Knight was smiling at him-a genuine smile at last, one of relief, and something like awe.”
“I'M not going without you, you damned foolish old besom," Cormo rumbled, in what was-for him-a quiet undertone.”
“That was when she had told him-a little too proudly, he thought-that he would not be able to copy her example until he was an Adept.”
“Yeowell smiled hopefully at him-a strange thing to do at such a time.”
“The other two servants that Beltaire sent him-a maid and a cook-paid no attention whatsoever to Smith or his habits.”
“As he left the front door of his small, rented dwelling, he waved a negligent hand at the handyman Beltaire had provided for him-a hardened man with double virtues.”
“I'll meet you in there, " Peter said, and as he leaned down to retie his cleats he saw a pair of lady's shoes stop in front of him-a pair he recognized, because he was always tripping over them in the mudroom.”
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