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“An incoherent flood of dream-stuff welled up and up till her head was dizzy and her heart seemed bursting.”
“Beneath a natural stone outcropping arching over the road and then through Chiavenna we went there, a wiry man and his young assistant were gluing up circus posters on the telephone poles, past the customs checkpoint, such as it wasan Italian swing of the chin, a Swiss wavethen up and up and up and up.”
“On a rocket launch you just keep going up and up, your eyes going up, your hopes going up, and finally the whole crowd like some vast many-eyed crab was staring out and up and up and all very silent.”
“[Page lxxix] to be ridden by his own emotion, but without the power to draw it up and up to a climax; it bursts upon us in the first line, sustains itself at the same level for a series of lines, and then seems to faint exhausted, reducing the poet to the necessity of stopping as quickly as he can and with as little jar as possible.”
“Josephine saw spiral stairs leading up and up into pitch-blackness.”
“He was ten years old, going on 'leven, and lived with his grandfather away up and up four flights of rickety stairs in an old house at the village of Reus, in Spain.”
“Long days after they had climbed out of the valley and left the Last Homely House miles behind, they were still going up and up and up.”
“He had gone up and up in his work with the WPA and then with his work with the NYA, the National Youth Administration.”
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spic and span, nook and cranny, odds and ends, bits and bobs, fuss and bother, spits and spots, fine and dandy, out and about, dribs and drabs, prinking and pree..., huffing and puffing, finkle-fankle and 14 more...
where no(w)here was, is and will be
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