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“Except that that swirling mass of forces always seemed to have a blue cast to the energies it released, and this second wormhole was most definitely color-shifted to the red half of the visible-light spectrum.”
“So, instead of calling Susan an LD kid, we acknowledge that she is a childwho is having trouble with her awareness of language sounds in words, and that that is making it hard for her to acquire reading skills.”
“Few doubted the meaning of his plaintive beat, and most even then divined that that solitary, forlorn figure of a drummer was tapping out an obsequy for British colonial power over the thirteen states.”
“Almost nobody bothered to point out that that was a scientific impossibility; with the next March of Dimes campaign set to start in January, there was nothing to be gained by tempering expectations.”
“GESELL: “It was tragic that that was not decoded before.””
“GESELL: “How do you account for the fact that that was not decoded, when the decoders were decoding very rapidly and decoding messages in great number that day, the sixth?””
“The look on his face showed that that several-year-old assessment still held true.”
“Now that that was over, she decided that she should be the cochairman of the RNC.”
“His throw struck Cater in the back of the head, prompting Catfish Hunter to say that that was the only time Reggie ever hit the cutoff man.”
“And when Lisa noticed the desperate look in his eyes and the frantic gesticulations he was making with his toothbrush, she realized that that was exactly what had happened.”
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