“Could he feel the tension in my chest that brought his name plunging through my lips in a harsh whisper?”
“Mr. Verhovek zeroes in on the mid-1950s, when Comets first seemed to own the world and then started plunging from the sky in pieces.”
“The big motor car waited at the station, and Frederick Travers thrilled as he always thrilled to the distant locomotive whistle of the train plunging down the valley of Isaac Travers River.”
“With so many fresh faces of fashion with unique design elements, there was one common denominator shared from collection to collection: a welcome change from the LA stereotype of the obvious fashionista in plunging necklines.”
“For those interested in plunging into authentic regional Mexican cooking, this is a good place to start, because the pared-down yet tasty cuisine of Zacatecas is truly a gateway to the flavors found further south.”
“The sight of people plunging from the north tower compelled hundreds in the south tower to flee before the second jet struck the building.”
“Miss Marvell, I was glad to note, was not long in plunging into the subject which had brought her here.”
“Weeks and months went by, still the Tenas Tyee would swim daily searching for that heart of greed; and each morning the sunrise glinted on his slender young copper-coloured body as he stood with outstretched arms at the tip of Brockton Point, greeting the coming day and then plunging from the summit into the sea.”
“Daisy," said Dr. Sandford suddenly, when I had forgotten the question in plunging through a thicket of brushwood, – "if the North and the South should split on the subject of slavery, what side would you take?”
“The only reason the dollar isn't plunging is Chinese support and the fact that investors don't have many alternatives.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Thereâ€™s a noble fleet of whalers, a sailing from Dundee
Manned by British sailors, to take them o'er the sea,
On a western ocean passage, we started on the tr...
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