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“Longson hardly seemed an inviting sort for Stuey to cadge a loan from, but the two had played many tournaments together, and Longson was the only man in the room with a fat enough bankroll and some sort of personal link to him.”
“Just then, an athletic-looking blonde rounded the corner, apparently not anticipating a man in the locker room.”
“Believing as I do that man in the distant future will be a far more perfect creature than he now is, it is an intolerable thought that he and all other sentient beings are doomed to complete annihilation after such long-continued slow progress.”
“One night, Farny, who was one of the toughest regulars, had a problem with another man in the bar.”
“Luba likes Professor Rodionov, who is also married but is the tallest man in the department and from a distance resembles the French actor Alain Delon.”
“AN Eaglehawk man has been remanded in custody after police said he stabbed a man in the throat with a double-bladed knife.”
“The man in the passenger seat, Bert Simkins, had removed his sunglasses so that he would be easily recognized from his fake ID.”
“Cormac let his gaze wander across the man in the bed: the ropelike veins in the backs of the hands, the broken blood vessels visible through the papery skin at the temples, the unruly shock of white hair.”
“Manhattan North, the best homicide squad in the city, maybe even in the whole country, investigated the Marilyn Hyde case for seven weeks but found no trace of the man in the subway.”
“Nowadays I find it hilarious that my childhood obsession with Michael Schoeffling led me to gain exposure to the one man in the film industry most notorious for getting his start by obsessing, which in turn led me to a life of writing.”
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