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“I'll think about it Mr. Dursely," she said, then went back to her room and quickly packed, still considering the suggestion.”
“I didn't think about it again until the next day, when I presented myself in Wun's living room.”
“Nobody pushed her… but it was she who pushed me, and as I think about it more and more, and remember the door that closed softly soon after I found my aunt dead … it had to be Vera who pushed her own mother down the stairs and took that blue check from the corkboard where I pinned it.”
“If you think about it realistically, that is the only true power we have.”
“She had merely been haranguing Frebec, and didn't think about it being taken as an insult.”
“Without taking time to think about it logically, I allowed the visions of the great manifesters I had read about to wash over me and then let the steps flow out as I talked.”
“No, if Hooch ever needed to blow up his flatboat, he could just set down and think about it for a while.”
“So, when you think about it intelligently, Audley, Standingham Castle was the one place Parrott could really feel safe in between North Devon and London.”
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