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  • He could not recall Plauen having talked much about the modern Empire, except to label it a weakling, lost in fantasies of its past, battling for life in a hostile age, constantly stalked by hostile intrigues.

    The Swordbearer

  • And with the Cold War still going full tilt, every kid with a sense of self in Pinsk, Plauen and Plovdiv hungered to listen to rock music and wanted a copy of Rolling Stone.

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  • And with the Cold War still going full tilt, every kid with a sense of self in Pinsk, Plauen and Plovdiv hungered to listen to rock music and wanted a copy of Rolling Stone.

    Last Tango in Davos ... Globalism and Social Media Hook Up

  • Schlosser visits a McDonald's in Plauen, a grim town in what used to be East Germany, and concedes that it's "the nicest, cleanest, brightest place" around.

    Hold The French Fries

  • In Plauen, in Germany's southeast, a 28-year-old woman is in custody for allegedly killing her three babies.

    CNN Transcript Dec 6, 2007

  • Gathrid saw his father turn to Plauen, heard him tell the Brother that now was the time to do something.

    The Swordbearer

  • Plauen slammed his book back into its protective case.

    The Swordbearer

  • Poor dead Plauen, whose candle had been extinguished by the Mindak's whirlwind.

    The Swordbearer

  • Yet Plauen kept returning, as if there were a point he and Anyeck kept missing.

    The Swordbearer

  • Plauen and the Safire attacked the Toal with the puny spells at their command.

    The Swordbearer

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