“Since leaving Portsmouth Alexander had used 4,000 gallons, so there were 26 of these 160-gallon receptacles to fill, and each one took two and a half hours.”
“I called Congressmen re the budget which we lost, but so did the Dems so there is no budget.”
“Well, this idea morphed into a graphic novel, The Alcoholic, which is essentially a life story as one big bender, and so there are plenty of girls and fights and madness and heartbreak.”
“The only thing they needed on the ground was the passenger net, so there was no reason not to let the balloon fly semifree.”
“Probiotics may contain many types of bacteria, so there are no set dosages.”
“Mrs. Hale downstairs is moving out and the rent for two floors is only half a crown a week—we could move our bedroom down so there are not as many steps, and put Willy up here or in the cellar.”
““Ay, so there is!” she said, sheepishly slipping the capsule back into her pocket and showing May her big, black-toothed smile.”
“His credibility was already at a low point, as he had abandoned Bactria without a fight, so there was little objection when Spitamenes and his men entered his tent one night and arrested the satrap.”
“There was one relief from it: during the coronation sequence, there was no dialogue except what was laid onto the effects sound track later; and so there was no need to go into long explanations before each take, and I could risk side-of-camera directions.”
“Amanda had made a transatlantic crossing when she was just Alexandras age, and my paternal grandparents and maternal grandmother had come to America by ship, so there was what might be called a family tradition of a little time at sea.”
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