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  • Rand was hurting, half-dazed by the unexpected blow, and his foes were closing in for the kill.

    Trial of Seven

  • He was bedraggled and filthy, and seemed half-dazed.

    THE FEATHERS OF THE SUN

  • Rand was hurting, half-dazed by the unexpected blow, and his foes were closing in for the kill.

    Trial of Seven

  • I lay there, still half-dazed, trying to make sense of it.

    Fiancée

  • Slapping was an idea that caught on real good with the other Reds, cause they started in slapping Measure, too, both of the boys, again and again, till they were half-dazed and their cheeks were bleeding inside and out.

    He Don't Know Him

  • Grandmothers are hassled and made to stand for hours in security lines, then go shoeless and without liquids, while half-dazed

    I Declare Myself a No-Fly Zone

  • I heard my victim, my stalker, hit the door and slide down it, half-dazed to go by the muffled growls.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • I heard my victim, my stalker, hit the door and slide down it, half-dazed to go by the muffled growls.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • I heard my victim, my stalker, hit the door and slide down it, half-dazed to go by the muffled growls.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Bush may not have mentioned him by name, but everyone knew exactly who he was talking about - and it was so incredibly inappropriate to stand up in the Knesset and say that that I'm half-dazed from that, too.

    Obama To Respond Forcefully To Bush's Attacks Today

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