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  • Visit the library with Junior at a time when he is not dead-tired after camp.

    Chicken Spaghetti:

  • Visit the library with Junior at a time when he is not dead-tired after camp.

    An Abundance of Bananas--and How It Relates to Books

  • The white noise of the river continued, and as the dead-tired kids dropped off one by one, the only other sound that could be heard was Tommy mumbling what he remembered of the rosary.

    NEVER WAVE GOODBYE

  • Two dead-tired hours later I took my stag at a hundred yards.

    Too Much Accuracy?

  • Now when I wash my stockings in the sink or, dead-tired, patch my iron-worn skirt to go to work, Linda Bounds, I think of you, gussied up and feeling like a queen, almost like everybody else for once.

    Classmates

  • At first, he had no choice, there being nowhere else for him to crawl; but later on it got to be more and more fun, even if, dead-tired and mournful after such treks, he would lie unstirring for hours on end.

    The Metamorphosis, in The Penal Colony,and Other Stories

  • Saturday at the restaurant was very slow, so I wasn't a dead-tired drooling moron by like 8pm.

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • Saturday at the restaurant was very slow, so I wasn't a dead-tired drooling moron by like 8pm.

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • Saturday at the restaurant was very slow, so I wasn't a dead-tired drooling moron by like 8pm.

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • If I'm not dead-tired by then, I'll read a few business section bits, since business news do expand one's understanding of politics.

    WaPo's Solomon Misleads Readers To Portray Piece On Edwards' Stylist As News

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