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“I looked into the rear-view mirror and noticed that my son seemedsatisfied with the translation, which he quickly shared with his sister, in English: "GOOD BLOOD!”
“As I looked into the rear-view mirror, to see whether anyone was listening, I noticed that my son was not wearing a seat-belt.”
“In the rear-view mirror, the kid's face showed in profile, dim, a silhouette against the stratified, multicolored sunset ripping through the cruiser's back window.”
““We only cradle what we distill,” you dad muttered to the rear-view.”
“Davis gives me this look in the rear-view mirror and we all know what he's thinking.”
“The driver's face in the rear-view, taut and empty.”
““It's fine,” Rob says, glaring down the shadow-face in the rear-view.”
“Carlos Tevez is "very much City's talisman" according to John Motson – himself very much the sort of item you might hang from the rear-view mirror to ward off road accidents, and mask the smell of the dog – but has been forced to work his medieval-mugged magic from the stands, while City try to decide whether to send him back to the belltower or not.”
“In the past I was used to seeing a statue or banner of the Virgen de Guadalupe hanging from a bus's rear-view mirror, but now often the cadaverous figure of La Santa Muerte has become more and more common.”
“The Federales hang out in Monterrey waiting to nab U.S. plated cars illegally in Mexico coming from Nuevo Laredo and a few years ago the powers-that-be in DF mandated that the import stickers be placed on the windshield in front of the rear-view mirror which is what we did and sure enough, on the autopista that traverses suburban Monterrey a Federal cop pulled us over and approached the car demanding our import papers.”
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