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““Poisoning the Press” is a delicious tale of the battle between scoundrels in high places and a none-too-clean journalist intent on digging up the dirt.”
“Several of the parking structures had been refitted with windows, long rows of tinted black, reflecting none-too-clean in the midafternoon sun.”
“If it is illegitimate for government ever to employ such weapons, why should they be allowed to remain, fully loaded, in their none-too-clean hands?”
“I enquired as she sloshed cognac into a none-too-clean tumbler and slid it over the tarnished veneer towards me.”
“Her hair was invisible beneath a headscarf, her figure swathed in a none-too-clean apron.”
“The single large room was very much like any inn in the World Above, even to the smell of spilled ale and wine and the tired bar woman going about and wiping the tables with a none-too-clean rag.”
“Selbourne regarded the none-too-clean Desmond with a trepidation born of a long history of dealing with climbers assigned to his unit.”
“Yet there he stood, alone, dressed in a none-too-clean blue corporate coverall, with a broad smile and an outstretched hand ready to shake mine after I hastily put down my encumbering carry-on case.”
“It was fined with bottomless bars, sleazy nightclubs with raunchy sex shows, and none-too-clean yaki - tori shops, which stood as slack-jawed as the vagrants who drifted by outside.”
“Mike took a leisurely sip of coffee, afterward rubbing a spot off the none-too-clean cup with his thumb.”
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