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  • Pursuer and pursued shot behind a fence and out of sight into a driveway.

    Country diary: Sandy, Bedfordshire

  • Episode 04: “Pursuer” SUMMARY: Akane is on the phone with Keita.

    February « 2009 « Undercover

  • Pursuer of the grand gesture, her archly generalist-solipsist posture backed by the credit of pure feeling, Susan Sontag left behind no real critical followers, no school.

    Sontag on Sontag

  • And the stink grew ever, as we made forward; so that I knew not whether there did be great Monsters beside the fire-pit that was to our front, as I have told, or whether it made plain the advancing of the Pursuer.

    The Night Land

  • And by this, we perceived that we did be truly in an utter danger, in that the Pursuer did be upon us, and the stinking to tell this to be truth, and our spirits to have warned us very strong and proper.

    The Night Land

  • But I, as you shall think, could scarce to keep from fearful peerings below, so that I learn speedy whether the Pursuer did come yet into the light of the fire-hole, beneath.

    The Night Land

  • But why should the Evil Doer Pursuer always get to steal the show?

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • I don't think Molek the Hunter has appeared anywhere before; perhaps he's friends with Devilance the Pursuer.

    Week 41: Look to the Goblet, Ralph

  • A fifteen minute walk from Jeff's office is a walkup apartment nestled amongst fifty feet high trees of all kinds 'and home to Eliyahu McLean; a Rodef Shalom: a Pursuer of Peace who grew up in Berkeley California.

    Three Good Jews and One Christian in Jerusalem

  • On Christmas Morning, 2005, I walked with the young Californian now living in Jerusalem, Eliyahu McLean, a Rodef Shalom/Pursuer of Peace.

    Rabbis, Imams and Pursuers of Peace

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