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  • v. To be a party to a secret shared by a small group of people.


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  • “We heard about it from Power, who asked us to be in on it,” said Dring.

    Morgan’s Run

  • The fat man was going to brace Dudley’s niece while he and Stompanato braced Chaz Minear, and when they had Coleman placed, he’d call his newspaper contacts so they could be in on the capture: first interviews with Captain Malcolm E. Considine, captor of the Wolverine Monster.

    The Big Nowhere

  • “Though I can’t claim to be in on the totalizations finalizationwise —”

    The Great California Game

  • "Me an 'the guys, Besen, all of us — we wanna be in on what happens."

    Tides Of Light

  • Ed told Charles Flannigan, Rex, and myself that he had chosen Tommy to be in on the stunt because Tommy was so quiet that no one would suspect him of being an accomplice.

    Space Ships of the Visitors

  • Dring and Robinson knew, but would not be in on it.

    Morgan’s Run


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