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“They encouraged the further deterioration of Cronley pretty well, but that was a short-lived fad, over and done with while the town was still moderately full of good wood.”
“True!" roared Razer, his inspection of the young human over and done with in light of these urgent words.”
“Norfolk Island had begun in terror too; terror over and done with only if she did not offend Richard Morgan and Stephen Donovan, both of whom reminded her a little of Mr. Nicol, Lady Juliana’s steward, innately compassionate.”
“And yet while she was honest about how it was more of a relief to have it over and done with than anything else, I lied to myself and one or two confidantes by turning my first time into an exquisite body-and-soul transforming experience that it never was and wouldn’t be until years later with the man I married.”
“I want the triumph over and done with quick-smart," Marius had said to Sulla in Puteoli when they had first landed from Africa.”
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