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““G-give me my wallet back,” I said, rubbing my nose.”
“I fumbled in my wallet for a piece of paper and found my Army Code of Conduct card, a card that detailed how a soldier was to act if captured by the enemy: If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available.”
“Refueling to quell the fix would hit my wallet harder than the headaches from going fixless.”
“I took twenty dollars out of my wallet and slid it through the movie-ticket opening at the bottom of the glass.”
“I flipped my wallet closed, slipped it into my jacket pocket, then walked to the door, Hal Becker circling me with his golf club to keep some swinging distance between us.”
“Come back for senior year with my wallet on swoll, ready to roll.”
“At the tollbooth I fished my wallet out of my pocket and turned it over and opened it very gracefully, and I used just my thumb to lift a twenty out of its pouchy slumber.”
“I reached in my wallet and pulled out five crisp one-hundred-dollar bills to hand to Mr. Wilson.”
““All right, Mudpie,” I said, pulling out my wallet and peeling off a five, “what is it you want to tell me?””
“Starting to feel like a minifoundation, I reached into my wallet and peeled off some bills.”
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