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“At the corner of Figueroa and the point where César Chávez turns into Sunset Boulevard the one spot in Los Angeles where a Mexican name changes into an American one, instead of turning right down Chávez to the yard, I turned left on Sunset and kept driving.”
“There was always a superfluity of broad beans — it took nine or ten of Adam’s strides to get to the end of the uncut grass walk that ran by the side of them; and as for other vegetables, there was so much more room than was necessary for them that in the rotation of crops a large flourishing bed of groundsel was of yearly occurrence on one spot or other.”
“The undulating walls distort the flat lines of the strata and grab my attention in one spot where the opposing walls dive in front of each other at a double-hairpin meander.”
“He was the ghost-swift, and he turned stilly, with ethereal grace, above one spot because, somewhere in the dark grass, on”
“In a second, in less time than it takes me to tell you, the ayah had blown out the lights so as to secure that one spot of darkness amid my brilliantly lighted house, and I felt her muslin drapery brush by me as she passed, only pausing to whisper in my ear,”
“If you want to find 'Liakim," says my grandfather, with his usual smile, "never go after him, – you 'll never catch him; but stand long enough on any one spot on earth, and he 's sure to go by.”
“That the wife had been kept waiting on her feet the whole night was due to the carelessness of my sergeant; from then onwards I encouraged carelessness of that kind; stubborn cases had to stand upright on one spot for as long as forty-eight hours.”
“RENO—Local author Marie Haskins’s fifteenth novel, Submission, debuted at the number one spot on the New York Times bestseller list.”
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