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  • At Tommie's bar, we learn that "Ceiling fans whirred noirishly against the night, and were stoical, somehow, like the old uncles of the place, all raspy and emphysemic."

    City of Bohane by Kevin Barry – review

  • This year, representing the United States at Tommie's Donuts Worldwide Donut Luge, he ate six -- one fewer than Andy Puefua, 20, a medical supply worker from Midvale, Utah, representing American Samoa.

    Breakfast Of Champions

  • All the survey had to do was plant the idea in Susie and Tommie's mind.

    August 24 DC Protest - Activists Against TeenScreen Will Attend

  • He said, "We wanted all the black people in the world — the little grocer, the man with the shoe repair store — to know that when that medal hangs on my chest or Tommie's, it hangs on his also."

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • They landed at the spaceport of Tommie's home town, which Cloud, after hearing Vesta's literal translation of its native name, had entered in his log as 'Mingia'.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • His voice, deeper and louder than Tommie's, and not nearly as musical, almost shook the walls.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • The approach was difficult, and Tommie's temper grew shorter and shorter.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • Tommie's prettily-made-up face was in shocking contrast to the venomous fury in Tommie's eyes as she leaned over the judge's massive desk until nose was a scant ten inches from nose.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • So, when you leave here, go to Tommie's room instead of out.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • Tommie's brother, whom we'll call Jim, runs a tobacco zhop here in town. '

    Masters Of The Vortex

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