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“This can be implied emotionally or sometimes through physical change such as in Good Will Hunting wherethe protagonistfinally decides to leave home and make somegooduse of his talents and intellect.”
“The first novel in the series, Raven Black, was set in the opposite season, wherethe metaphorical and literal darknessformed thecontextual atmosphere for events.”
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“Although no confirmation has yet been given, it is rumored that the couple, who currently reside in Barcelona, will be moving to the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., and that their children could possibly attend the Sidwell Friends School, wherethe daughters of President Obama attend.”
“In addition to the fuel's natural safety, any excess heat in the reactor core would automatically melt a built-in freeze-plug, causing the liquid fuel to drain via gravity into underground storage compartments, wherethe fuelwould thencoolinto a harmless, noncritical mass.”
“I stand to be corrected but I'm not sure that there is a Jewish equivalent of the doctrine of Estoppels 'which has developed in Western law wherethe strictapplication of contract constructionis modified by some appeal to public or moral good.”
“Was it like animation, wherethe two of you came in and did your stuff separately?”
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“The plot described in the quote above sounds a lot like the prequel book written titled “Zero Hour,” wherethe terrifying prequel tale to the Resident Evil videogame saga took us to where it all began.”
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