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  • “The thing that agoraphobes fear most is losing control,” the priest said.

    The Moses Expedition

  • “The thing that agoraphobes fear most is losing control,” the priest said.

    The Moses Expedition

  • Big-time partiers who marry agoraphobes, "old-fashioned values" men who marry independent and strong women, the fundamentally angry marrying the fundamentally defensive ... one word describes them all, and that word is "divorce."

    she makes the bed and he steals the covers

  • Big-time partiers who marry agoraphobes, "old-fashioned values" men who marry independent and strong women, the fundamentally angry marrying the fundamentally defensive ... one word describes them all, and that word is "divorce."

    pears and bananas

  • “The thing that agoraphobes fear most is losing control,” the priest said.

    The Moses Expedition

  • Tabloid wisdom pegs the game biz as a bunch of geeks and nerds feeding fantasies to agoraphobes, sociopaths and illiterates.

    Got Game, Will Travel

  • "Or maybe," Frances went on, "they're agoraphobes who _can't_ go out, and they need somebody to do the exploring for them."

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • I think that through the centuries we people in this university have become agoraphobes.

    A Heritage of Stars

  • Gentlemen, Be Seated IT TAKES both agoraphobes and claustrophobes to colonize the Moon.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • People are accepted for who they are - be they lesbians, agoraphobes, sex-crazed councillors, gassy goalies, sex addicts, or Byelorussian goons with attachment issues.

    Dead Things ON Sticks

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  • JM is heading off to the market to avoid the agoraphobes.

    January 19, 2010