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““Most heads-up matches were arranged in a five-minute phone call,” explained George “Rummy” DelFranco, who knew all the best cardplayers and pool hustlers in New York.”
“His pictures fetched vast sums, and were held in the highest esteem by the collectors who knew nothing of and cared less for the works of the earlier Italian painters such as Gentile da”
“According to those who knew him, Harry Stein was never the same after that night.”
“Either way, they had to preserve poryadok because otherwise who knew what terrible anarchy would be unleashed by such unmarried permissiveness.”
“Anyone who knew Tyler Locke could immediately see the resemblance between father and son.”
“The key thing – this is what Milly Dowler's family and families up and down the country want to know – is: who did what when, who knew what they were doing and who will be held to account?”
“By the time Judy and Stuey were ready to begin school, those who knew the Ungars regarded them as a fairly stable upper-middle-class family—perhaps not typical, but a family nevertheless.”
“In 1663 M. de Kerlivio, who knew the excellent results obtained at”
“Chosen Nation of Jahweh, the people who knew by revelation that”
“The operator, who knew how Arkon-B worked, raised an eyebrow at Cutter.”
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