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  • Regardless, Mr. Pol's paintings will be on display at 560 Washington St. for the next few weeks.

    A Hot Club Time Machine

  • The new online political journal The Politico reports: "Kerry, Casey Benefit From Indicted Philly Pol's Favors" A powerful Philadelphia politician charged with a litany of federal corruption offenses is accused of illegally using state government resources to help his political allies, including Democratic Sens.

    Sound Politics: Culture of Corruption

  • Lavan stood no taller than Pol's shoulder; short for his reputed age of sixteen, thin, and lanky, with the loose-jointed, unfinished air of a boy who hasn't yet grown into what he will one day be.

    Brightly Burning

  • As the man struck at Pol's throat, Pol wrenched his head down and to the side and his hands grabbed the man's feet, twisting in a move Lan had seen Odo demonstrate a dozen times.

    Brightly Burning

  • In Pol's case, he taught a total of five Geography classes over the course of the day, and sometimes filled in for a teacher in who was ill.

    Brightly Burning

  • With so much of white and blue surrounding him, and so much of green surrounding Ilea, Pol's personal tastes broke out in a certain peculiar rebellion in his furnishings.

    Brightly Burning

  • He turned the boy's tear-streaked face up so that he had to look into Pol's eyes.

    Brightly Burning

  • Halfway between Haven and the Border, they would meet up with Pol's wife, Healer Ilea, at one of their nightly stops.

    Brightly Burning

  • Well, that raised some eyebrows, not the least of which were Pol's.

    Brightly Burning

  • This morning all of the sternness seemed to have melted away from Pol's expression; his manner was easy and casual.

    Brightly Burning

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