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  • Suddenly able to see demons and the Darkhunters who are dedicated to returning them to their own dimension, fifteen-yearoldClary Fray is drawn into this bizarre world when her mother disappears and Clary herself is almost killed by a monster.

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  • The Library of Congress 'summary will do: "Suddenly able to see demons and the Shadowhunters who are dedicated to returning them to their own dimension, fifteen-year-old Clary Fray is drawn into this bizarre world when her mother disappears and Clary herself is almost killed by a monster."

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  • Suddenly able to see demons and the Darkhunters who are dedicated to returning them to their own dimension, fifteen-yearoldClary Fray is drawn into this bizarre world when her mother disappears and Clary herself is almost killed by a monster.

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  • The Fray is a good band, but their site is rather generic, thanks to their record label which probably has someone maintaining hundreds of sites and their designs.

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  • The Fray is a good band, but their site is rather generic, thanks to their record label which probably has someone maintaining hundreds of sites and their designs.

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  • If you get a small hole in a knit garment, a product called Fray-Check available at fabric stores will keep it from getting bigger.

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  • Also did you notice there are places in Uruguay called Fray Bentos and Mercedes?

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  • That one would be called Fray D. Cat, she was sure.

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  • That one would be called Fray D. Cat, she was sure.

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  • There was a captain of his who, in an incursion, ordered by him to rob and extirpate the people, killed more than forty thousand persons, putting them to the sword, burning them alive, throwing them to fierce dogs, and torturing them with various kind of tortures: these acts were witnessed by a Franciscan friar with his own eyes, for he went with the captain, and he was called Fray

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