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  • I did not seem to be able to get anywhere on this for some time, and the idea kept presenting itself that it symbolized that I was king of the situation which seemed innocent enough; but at last there came an association with Nero as portrayed in "Quo Vadis."

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • The cavalry were simply too quick; the foot-soldiers would never get anywhere near them.

    Sharpe's Eagle

  • I do assure you that he elected to remain watching our camp in the south, and that his scouts will not get anywhere near Icosium while my troopers patrol the area. "

    The First Man in Rome

  • "Tssi mitsse, which means big tssi mitss, which I figure translates as he's going to see to it we don't get anywhere near Sector 248-76.

    Futures Imperfect

  • We have rocket aircraft tra¬≠vel and underground systems so complex that you can get anywhere in the world in a few hours.

    Behold the Stars


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