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“Precisely at six-fifteen on the night of the gallery opening, Clayton drove up to our house and pressed the door buzzer.”
“These folks are minor deities, vessels of love, life-givers, unsung geniuses, gods of the forge getting up at six-fifteen in the morning to fire up the coffeemaker, mouthing silent prayers that they will live to see the next day and the one after that and then Sarah's graduation and then”
“They sat down to the meal around six-fifteen, and Miss Gibson's hired help rolled in the chow: They fell to it like a bunch of animals, which was not entirely surprising, and kept drinking it up all the time.”
““So what made you remember that Ms. Barnes left the building at precisely six-fifteen?””
“By six-fifteen, I was in my towel, teeth flossed and brushed, the next two steps of the Anti-Frizz Protection Program already spritzed (Step Three) and smoothed (Step Four) through my hair.”
“Got up before the Commander and Mr. Poopster arose and was working by six-fifteen.”
“So after the door was opened at six-fifteen, who might have gone out and strolled among the cars?”
“We were able to bond every 45-minutes for about eight hours or until six-fifteen when Mr. Stairclimber took his shift.”
“I was on the summit of Mt Donna Buang, about eighty kilometres from Melbourne, at six-fifteen on a very dark, very foggy and very cold Sunday morning.”
“At six-fifteen he summoned a boy and sent him up with a message that Mr. Wrenn was waiting and high tea ready.”
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