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“The desire for Jitter to have something important that I never had.”
“I had a blanket a present from my ex-fiancée, a bicycle, a bag of clothes, and a few boxes of paper that I thought represented something important stuffed below the window.”
“Finbar O’Toole’s idea of something important was likely to be more relevant to his concerns of the moment than were Hannah’s.”
“We have something important to tell you, from your mother,” Auntie Ying blurts out in her too-loud voice.”
“Now, of course, I don't want to hurt your feelin's or nothin ', but just the same there's something important I'd like to know.”
““And you have something important to tell me — I am all ears, Captain Vatta.””
“The tone was part shock and part triumph — I found something important but oh-my-God.”
“However affable Zach Herney appeared on the surface, Rachel Sexton had just learned something important about him.”
“Will's turning up after a twenty-five-year absence, claiming to have something important to tell John, something that would sound peculiar, was too extraordinary to be coincidental.”
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