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“Billy Jack was highly successful, and movie marketers realized that national-television advertising was the wave of the future.”
“The orb's magic was what drove the wave he guessed, but the bitter emotions drained away as the wave sped toward him.”
“These things seemed to be arranged almost by telepathy, with the raising of an eyebrow or the wave of a hand, as if invisible contracts were being drawn up in a silent Comasco of hospitality, old debts repaid, this good deed done today, for the Americans, in exchange for a good deed to be named later, tickets to a concert perhaps, who knew?”
“From beneath its luggage-laden top, she caught the wave of a signalling hand; and the next moment Mrs. Fisher, springing to the street, had folded her in a demonstrative embrace.”
“Aldrin suffered most from the nausea: Air Boss announced to us that the wave height was between three and four feet, but it looked more like thirteen or fourteen.”
“This method aims to "reconstitute" the dream-thought (both imaged and imageless) by tracing the wave of nervous excitation from its origin in primary stimulus-ideas (sensory or psychic) through a specific apperception-mass into a consequently derived system of secondary images, which form the manifest dream content.”
“For a time, there was only metal scraping ice and golems spinning and the wave breaking.”
“I might not, as it would truly disgust me to look down from the wave particle I will be riding and see a bunch of people who treated me like crap, or who ignored me or owed me money, unburdening their guilt about me and singing my praises.”
“Wolfelt caught the wave and has ridden it ever since.”
“Captain Edward Ruppelt, at one time the chief of Project Blue Book, the official U. S. Air Force investigation, mentioned the wave briefly in his book The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects.”
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