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  • I stagger to the fun-house door and wave Ned over.

    Soul Trapper

  • It was such a fun-house mirror of sorts, where I saw the “Truth” completely reversed by women.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, built for the International Exhibition of 1889, the Expo in China includes new landmarks and dazzling pavilions, with a fun-house atmosphere in some spots.

    Can the Shanghai Expo compete with world's fairs of the past?

  • Kane lets Teeraal, the fun-house demon serving in the legion of Alastor, kill him—for the second time, mind you—and take his soul to hell.

    Soul Trapper

  • “How do you suppose that clown demon trapped them in those fun-house mirrors?” asks Ned.

    Soul Trapper

  • Timken looked into the bowl, saw his face reflected in hundreds of tiny fun-house mirrors.

    Gideon’s war

  • From then on, it's a fun-house spectacle inspired by the kind of deranged thinking that could make Sarah Palin seem like a Rhodes scholar.

    George Heymont: Guns and Poses

  • From then on, it's a fun-house spectacle inspired by the kind of deranged thinking that could make Sarah Palin seem like a Rhodes scholar.

    George Heymont: Guns and Poses

  • Timken looked into the bowl, saw his face reflected in hundreds of tiny fun-house mirrors.

    Gideon’s war

  • He bounces up from a squat so forcefully his grimy gloves touch the fun-house roof.

    Soul Trapper

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