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“A straightforward reversal of roles in a violent rape scene, for example, is the subject of “Nehitat oness” (published in English as “The Bed,” but better rendered as “Forced Entry”).”
“` ` Once you get those few short oness and that nervousness out of you, '' he said, ` ` the rest just came pretty easily. '”
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“I hate that fact that iam more cherokee than some of the real oness.”
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A Wrinkle in Time
“It also means it's instantly quicker to cut oness cloth to reflect the situation your club finds itself in.”
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“When you say "God", I hope you are referring to the oness I spoke of, because if you are referring to religion, science, and math … …. you are doomed …. .they've got you.”
“Currently, the fight between the administration and Congress over the bailout is whether the bailout will include the Democrats 'poor constituencies as well as the Republicans' rich oness.”
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