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  • Dalgliesh was in - terested to learn that, despite the expensive experiment with home-produced eggs, not all the economic laws were defunct in this unworldly abode of brotherly love.

    She Closed Her Eyes

  • He had to satisfy himself with her disin - terested glances, which gave him fragments of pottery, antique weapons, a thing so densely studded with rusted nails that it was unrecognizable, frayed sections of tapestry ....

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • But the Merc's board was not in-terested in reconciliation.

    How Chicago Lost The Future

  • Iam very in terested to get your open course ware, then I will need a credit, please make me know about it. how it works.

    Credit...

  • Sir Charles Grandison, Sir, is absolutely disin-terested.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • That was when she saw Stefan, leaning against a wall with his arms casually folded and his expression-in - terested.

    The Bellini Bride

  • Our viewers are also very terested in what is happening at ground zero in Lower Manhattan.

    CNN Transcript Sep 17, 2001

  • It struck me that whoever hid the keys was more in - terested in seeing if and how we managed to overcome the protec - tors than whether or not we found the keys.

    Ilse Witch

  • Bek wasn't in - terested in affecting the rest of the world.

    Ilse Witch

  • Tas wondered at the time why the Knights of Neraka were in - terested in supplying the elves of Qualinesti, but he assumed that this must be some new project the elven king Gilthas had instituted.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

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