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  • His most suc-cessful longer plays (Albee rightly despises the term "full-length" and its implication that a perfectly constructed one-act play is somehow incomplete) — Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,

    These Illusions Are Real

  • Other ef - forts by other builders had followed, each increasingly more suc - cessful, and within two decades, travel had been revolutionized and the nature of shipbuilding in March Brume had been changed for. ever.

    Ilse Witch

  • I would tell myself that John the Baptist could pick up a scorpion and talk to it and it did not sting, but I was not wholly suc - cessful.

    The Gospel according to the Son

  • Her husband, Tony D., the highly suc - cessful show biz lawyer, had been her mask.

    Second Skin

  • We have already performed a successful landing on this world, and we will shortly execute a suc-cessful lift-off.

    Mid Flinx

  • They had been suc - cessful once, the argument went.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • I've seen tapes of "victorious heroes" returning from suc-cessful patrols.

    Passage at Arms

  • The hasty shift in power is touchy but suc-cessful.

    Passage at Arms

  • The big goal, survival, looks more and more attainable as the little problems come to suc-cessful conclusions.

    Passage at Arms

  • A suc - cessful warlock cannot afford to be successful in the real world.

    True Names


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