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“While Tarak and the others continued discussing possible strategies, Pattie mulled the problem over in her mind.”
“On air with CBS, Cronkite quickly commented on the news clip: While we heard a minute ago from Janet Armstrong that Neil had taken a little packet of something memorable for her along with him, we know that the others have as well.”
“Strictly speaking, the name Raskolniki refers merely to those who have kept the outward forms of the Byzantine Rite; the others who have deserted its ritual as well as its teaching are grouped under the name Sekstanstvo (sectarianism).”
“Eventually, parts of Grace and Curtis Peltier, Yossi Epstein, and maybe a piece of Jack Mercier and the others on the boat would have been added, once the book had been retrieved.”
“Paul and the others squeeze into the way-too-small car, like five sinister clowns.”
“XXXVII, XXXIX, XI, XLII, XLIV, LIII (Leipzig, 1899-1911); vols VII-X were edited by Dreves, XI by Bannister, LIII by Blume and Bannister, and the others by Blume; vols.”
“When Ulric saw Locke and the others emerge from the church at Khor Virap, the priest gesticulating wildly, it was obvious they had found the chamber.”
“Its theft had forced the Fellowship to respond quickly; while Pudd and the others searched for it, they set about eliminating all those who were moving against them and for whom the work stolen by Grace Peltier would have been a powerful weapon, a task that assumed a new urgency with the discovery of the bodies at St. Froid Lake.”
“Sandell and the others just wanted to go ashore and call loved ones.”
“Like the others she had seen, this was no careful inhumation, but the hurried concealment of a crime.”
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