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“The big house is pretty full at the moment, what with the Cardinal here, Dane and Justine home, and Luddie and Anne Mueller arriving the day after tomorrow for Christmas.”
One has the strength that one thinks one has not, when one desires ardently to GRAVITATE, to mount a step each day, to say to oneself: "The Flaubert of tomorrow must be superior to the one of yesterday, and the one of day after tomorrow more steady and more lucid still."
Corporal Ho, tell some of the girls at the Great New Oriental to recommend the Happy Hostess for a month or so — they've plenty of foreign devil customers … and tell Wang that there's a nuclear aircraft carrier — the Corregidor — coming in the day after tomorrow for R and R … "He used the English letters, everyone understanding rest and recreation from the Korean War days.
For the day after tomorrow I inarch on the traitor.’
"Mishauer whispered also their nuclear carrier's coming in the day after tomorrow for an eight-day R and R visit.
"Easingbridge, the day after tomorrow — Saturday," said Mitchell promptly.