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“As luck had it, Neil was on the road back from the Shawnee Council Boy Scout camp near Defiance, Ohio.”
“Ambulances, wreckers, fire-station and law-enforcement vehicles lined the road on both sides of the bridge, a section of which had been taken out.”
“I got back in the car and took the road to Quoddy Head Park until I saw a small, unmarked private drive heading down to the coast.”
“Tully could see Pap out on the road talking to Harvey Grant, the forest ranger.”
“Georgia drove across the road to the gas station and pulled up in front of the full-serve bay.”
“Manson is needy and with Von Teese on the road all the time he started losing his mind.”
“But Andie Walsh, sure of herself and her own perception of justice, could put adults on the road to self-awareness.”
“According to Gene Matranga, “We talked to them, and they had not only thought about, they were much further down the road to a practical solution to the problem.””
“Ralph Cordiner was retiring and the new management asked me, in addition to continuing as host of the GE Theater, to go on the road and become a pitchman for General Electric products—in other words, become a salesman.”
“Casey said the treatment of Milly Dowler's family in the Levi Bellfield court case had thrown the spotlight "on this rather odd scenario where in one court we have rich people pursuing their civil injunctions ... whereas down the road in the criminal court a family is being stripped in no uncertain terms of some of the moments with their family.”
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In my beginning is my end.
The end is where we start from. (T.S. Eliot).
The end is the beginning is the end.
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