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  • As the number of column inches devoted to celebrities increases every year, the phenomenon of stardom itself has become more and more routine, less and less inter esting.

    Bloodlust and Britney Spears

  • But then Bane reappeared, abating what might have become an inter - esting confrontation.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • The 24th Minute: Inter-esting all-star rumour skip to main

    Inter-esting all-star rumour

  • Mere facts and characters might be comprised in a much smaller compass: but, would they be equally inter-esting?

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • In an inter-esting irony, his replacement could be Mark Wohlers.

    covering baseball for Team has impressive prospects

  • Kyrtian, however, was fast becoming convinced that his an'swer lay, not in printed books or illuminated manuscripts, inter-esting as those might be, but in the personal journals kept often by elven ladies, and infrequently by their lords.


  • He hurried them all into packing up the camp; it was inter - esting to Keman that even under the press of urgency, Kyrtian's people worked efficiently and without fumbling.


  • She'd planned to say, '1 hope this is a seriously inter esting parcel.'

    Rome's Revenge

  • Will love in a free society be serene, happier, if less 'inter-esting'?

    Life Is Beautiful

  • Lady Warren returned and promptly thrust her flour-covered hands that sparkled with several inter - esting looking rings beneath her apron.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun


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