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  • The sad thing is that Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rove, Feith, Adelman, Wolfowitz, Richard Pearle, and all the mass murderers of the Bush Regime will walk away from the Holocaust they created in the Middle East.

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  • But Fortune La Pearle drove the heel of his moccasin into the snow and attested by his various deities to the madness of Uri Bram.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • Had the murderer appeared, the men of Nome would certainly have stopped stampeding long enough to see justice done, whereas the whereabouts of Fortune La Pearle was no longer an insistent problem.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • Fortune La Pearle crushed his way through the snow, sobbing, straining, cursing his luck, Alaska, Nome, the cards, and the man who had felt his knife.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • With the aurora borealis glimmering yellow in the northeast, heads bared to the frost and naked hands grasping the sacred book, Fortune La Pearle swore him to the words he had spoken -- an oath which Uri Bram never intended breaking, and never broke.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • Fortune La Pearle swore like a woman, weakly, with the hint of tears that comes of exhaustion, and plunged deeper into the maze of heaped ice, tents, and prospect holes.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • Fortune La Pearle believed in those rare, illuminating moments, when the intelligence flung from it time and space, to rise naked through eternity and read the facts of life from the open book of chance.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • And Fortune La Pearle would roll upon the floor, vainly interrogating the scheme of things.

    WHICH MAKE MEN REMEMBER

  • "Trained cats!" sniffed dainty little Pearl La Pearle, the bicyclist.

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  • The $16 billion U.S. prescription-eyewear market is dominated by the Luxottica Group , which owns multiple brands such as Oakley and Ray-Ban, as well as retailers such as LensCrafters, Pearle Vision and Sunglass Hut.

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