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  • She had injuries of her own, of course-a badly bruised shoulder, bruised shins, lumps on her head-but his injuries were far more numerous than hers.

    The Eagle And The Nightingale

  • The Arachnia had-of course-a perfectly logical, precise way of marking time, but it bore no resemblance to anything used by humans, and since they ate whenever they grew hungry (which, she mused, was all the time), she couldn't keep track of days by the number of meals, either.

    The Chaos Gate

  • Now the riders slackened speed and, standing easily, continued around the lovely course-a patch of green surrounded by massed buildings and tiers of high rises that dotted the mountainsides.

    Noble House

  • Chalk most of it up to the West Point ring, of course-a professional has a great advantage.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • I am, instead-if you wish it, of course-a friend of yours.

    Witch World

  • For a wild instant he had thought that there was a man on Jupiter already; but as he pulled up just above the platform's roof, he realized that the moving thing inside was-of course-a robot: a misshapen, many-tentacled thing about twice the size of a man.

    Cities In Flight

  • A friend posted-on his Facebook page, of course-a picture of a bride walking down the aisle, looking at her phone, with the caption: "Facebook Status: Because it isn't official until you update it."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Keith was middle aged dude with terrible teeth and sporting-of course-a stringy pony tail.


  • There are cheap hooks in here, too, of course-a pair that can manage the sort of vocal harmonies that you get on "All You'd Ever Need to Say" would be crazy not to take advantage now and again.

  • The other specs gleaned from KPN seem par for the course-a



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