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  • There was one woman at work who one day wore some kind of skirt with suspenders and a white shirt, and the suspenders the math department could not help noticing each took a distinctly great-circle route from shoulder to skirt.

    Breast implants.

  • There was one woman at work who one day wore some kind of skirt with suspenders and a white shirt, and the suspenders the math department could not help noticing each took a distinctly great-circle route from shoulder to skirt.

    Breast implants.

  • I am not a geologist, but it seems to me that a planetary network of great-circle following, perfectly straight, nodally connected channels having beds graded so as to convey water from point to point, if it did exist, might be a devil of a thing to explain by nonintelligent causes.

    Life on Mars? The real lesson from Lowell - The Panda's Thumb

  • I am not a geologist, but it seems to me that a planetary network of great-circle following, perfectly straight, nodally connected channels having beds graded so as to convey water from point to point, if it did exist, might be a devil of a thing to explain by nonintelligent causes.

    Life on Mars? The real lesson from Lowell - The Panda's Thumb

  • Our voyaging is only great-circle sailing, and the doctors prescribe for diseases of the skin merely.

    Walden

  • Hosmer asked Ogg to enter the bearings on a great-circle chart of the North Pacific Ocean that was kept in the intelligence office on Market Street in San Francisco.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Hosmer asked Ogg to enter the bearings on a great-circle chart of the North Pacific Ocean that was kept in the intelligence office on Market Street in San Francisco.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Hosmer asked Ogg to enter the bearings on a great-circle chart of the North Pacific Ocean that was kept in the intelligence office on Market Street in San Francisco.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Hosmer asked Ogg to enter the bearings on a great-circle chart of the North Pacific Ocean that was kept in the intelligence office on Market Street in San Francisco.

    DAY OF DECEIT

  • Seventy uneventful minutes later, TR turned back east, taking the great-circle route for the Straits of Gibraltar.

    The Sum of all Fears

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