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““Raspa had just finished helping me untie Juliette in all the smoke and confusion,” the professor said.”
“Has took a deep drag from his blunt, his already tigerlike eyes squinting as he released the smoke through the side of his mouth.”
“The fire-place was in the center or in the corner, and the smoke escaped through the doorway in the roof, At one end of the principal living room was a low stone enclosure fitted with stone slabs of various smoothness and set slanting, on which the corn was ground into meal by means of stone metates.”
“I turned and looked at Yummy, her eyes squinted against the thick silvery haze of the smoke wafting up from the blunt she held.”
“Yet it is not surprising that so many of these men—local fishermen and farmers among them—wished to “retire into a chimney-corner,” as Washington put it, since the New England winters were hard, in camp were bound to be harder, and such suffering, “almost within sight of the smoke of their own firesides,” seemed too much to bear.”
“OUR HOPE THAT THE EVACUATION of PLO forces from Lebanon would mark the beginning of a new and comprehensive peace process and a first step toward a final resolution of the great problems bedeviling the Middle East went up in the smoke of a terrorist bomb three weeks after the PLO forces left Beirut.”
“Those who formally laid down their weapons were merely "a little group," perhaps 60, but all the bloody grief of Gettysburg was typified by them— Pickett's exhortation, "Don't forget today that you are from Old Virginia," Armistead in the smoke with his hat on the point of his saber, Garnett wrapped in his overcoat, Cemetery Ridge red with Southern banners and with Southern blood.”
“NASA systems technicians, even after donning gas masks and extinguishing part of the blaze, could not see through the smoke and flames to make their way through the ripped-apart spacecraft to the astronauts.”
“As the Pizzles were leaving, a chariot clattered out of the smoke from the north.”
“But as I looked out into the smoke at the seamed and unshaved and rouged faces of the people sitting around the long table strewn with AA pamphlets, my words seemed twice-told and melodramatic, removed from the problems of people who counted themselves fortunate if they had food to eat that evening or a place to sleep that night.”
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