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- v. continue at a (normally uninteresting) task.
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Extracting myself once again from the delicacies of this fantasy and touching down briefly in the present moment, I found a new crack on the ceiling of my bedroom, this room that Ray had never entered.
I focused on the rhythm of placing my right crampon in a convenient crack on the west side of the ridge, then humping my body forward another six inches or a foot.
And crack on he did, with a large tarpaulin squaresail which pressed the bow half under at every jump.
Neither jazz-dancing nor provincial theatre was high on my list of passions, particularly while inhabiting a skull that still gave twinges of protest at the previous day's crack on the pavement, but it was difficult to say so in the face of the mother's enthusiasm.
I heard Damindra Ketan’s skull crack, crack, crack on the flagstones at the Towers of Silence, in time with my heartbeat.
The fair-haired Glaukos had a badly shaped breastplate with a crack on the left side.
As the soldier named Davy walked up the line, before any of us could react, he slipped his rifle from his shoulder and casually swung it around to swat Ali a tremendous crack on the head with the gun’s heavy butt.