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“Each procedure room also must have its own janitor's closet with at least 50 sq. feet.”
“It opened his eyes to the janitor's incredibly difficult life.”
“In terms of dialogue, Boyle uses a familiar technique, with the janitor's accent exaggerated in the text, and this might annoy some readers”
“It will be remembered that he fainted dead away with sudden fright, while speaking in, Brotherhood Palace, when the janitor's cat walked out upon the stage and brushed against his legs.”
“That is so wrong, on any level," whispers a slutty blonde sophomore named Dot, kicking shins under the desk in perpetual dark; "look baby just meet me again in the janitor's closet...”
“Any uniform, whether it's military or a flight attendant, a pilot uniform, a janitor's uniform, they had to be practical.”
“By now her coif had gone from knotted bird's nest to soggy janitor's mop, but it wasn't enough to pull the crowd's eyeballs off the alpha-rocker in the back.”
“In naming her to the post during Friday's Rose Garden event, Obama called Warren, a janitor's daughter from Oklahoma, one of the country's fiercest advocates for the middle class.”
“It smells chemical, like the janitor's closet at school.”
“Whether Einstein actually believed the janitor's stories is questionable, but he relished them.”
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