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“Back on the bus and on to the Majestic Theater that Joci had restored and I visited last year on the day of its reopening.”
“Mrs. McCue, Jim hits Lenny on the bus every day and takes his lunch.”
“My buddy since day one on the bus at Benning was the fifty-four-year-old clean-shaven, disciplined conformist from a rural and conservative part of Oklahoma.”
“I found out Colin and Tracey had a little “happy hands” fling on the bus back from the Holtville speech tournament.”
“The only other passenger still on the bus was the old lady who had been so interested in Trixie and Buddy back in the Crownfield station, and she seemed to be asleep.”
“Somewhere in the foggy parts of my brain I must have known that getting on the bus meant I was also going to get off the bus, and that there was a very good chance Leo Gonzalez would be waiting for me when I did.”
“Even Donnacha had managed to get on the bus and he had never held a hurley in his life.”
“The rabbit rustles inside folded newspaper as Marina fits it into a string bag to take on the bus across the city.”
“I knew it was my own fault for not togging out on the appointed afternoons, for disappearing into the library when I should have been on the playing field, but I was not alone in believing that I had been singled out by not being allowed to travel on the bus as a supporter.”
“What he had to say was, Well, maybe, but the thing is, I think there was a guy on the bus yesterday who used to hang around with Rudy and Little Ed.”
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