“The spotters were getting their orange juice and ham-and-cheese sandwiches outside the corner bodegas farther up the block.”
“I awoke feeling fuzzy, but a shower and a glass of orange juice made me feel semihuman.”
“It was like old times, he thought — like a coup in real estate where you had the competition by the throat, like a fifty-percent rent boost when you knew damned well there was no place for the tenants to move, like smiling when you read over the breakfast orange juice that the city council had decided to build a school on the ground you had acquired by a deal with the city council.”
““Ginny!” says Angelica, her orange juice voice pitching higher, into the grapefruit range.”
“Andrew takes a sip of his orange juice and mumbles, “Sid-down, Vinetti.””
“At seven, the company sat down to dinner, where the kaiser drank only orange juice sipped from a silver goblet.”
“The red-drenched scene in her memory seemed more dreamlike than ever in the light of day, eclipsed by mundane concerns like finding clean underwear and drinking orange juice at breakfast.”
“Reaching over his brother's head, Daniel pulled a can of orange juice from way back on the top rack, an unconsumed leftover from one of his flight lunches.”
“After finishing our glasses of fresh-squeezed orange juice and cups of strong coffee in the half-subterranean bar, we made a short tour of the stalls that had been set up in front of La Rampavendors selling fruits and vegetables, scarves, dresses, books, toys, boots.”
“He set down a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice in front of Aunt Niecey.”
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