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  • Half-a-dozen cardboard boxes congregate in the far corner.

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  • Half-a-dozen sailors swarmed to the crosstrees after him, where they clustered and waited while two of their number, Oofty-Oofty and Black

    Chapter 21

  • '' I tried to join as a youngster … Half-a-dozen of us, we rode our bikes down to the navy depot and we were turned away. ''

    ARTHUR REX CRANE

  • Half-a-dozen fans who were braver than the rest would shove against the police line, while their rivals would shove back the other way.

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  • Half-a-dozen fans who were braver than the rest would shove against the police line, while their rivals would shove back the other way.

    Rituals of Violence

  • Half-a-dozen more meetings followed in the spring and summer of 1961.

    How the Observer brought the WWF into being

  • Half-a-dozen bombings hit Baghdad just minutes apart, leaving hundreds dead and wounded.

    CNN Transcript Aug 19, 2009

  • Half-a-dozen glossy 8x10s and a slightly grainy two-foot by three-foot poster of Apron Lady, her head arched back, neck exposed, and with her nipple tugged taut between Crane Man's teeth.

    Crane Man

  • Half-a-dozen glossy 8x10s and a slightly grainy two-foot by three-foot poster of Apron Lady, her head arched back, neck exposed, and with her nipple tugged taut between Crane Man's teeth.

    Crane Man

  • Half-a-dozen of busy hands, which were emulously employed in plundering the fallen knight, whose arms and accoutrements were of a magnificence befitting his quality, instantly forbore the occupation, and half the number of voices exculpated themselves, by laying the blame on the

    A Legend of Montrose

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