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  • Early on, I went often to see the two of them, eagerly hitching a ride with Ray Jr. when he mentioned he had the time to head out there.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Kenpo Norbo poked his head out from beneath the table.


  • She peeked her head out of the shower for a second and peered around the edge of the curtain.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Brian White meets me in the yard with his black-and-white dog and we head out towards the withy beds on West Moor.


  • Leslie Fenk popped her head out of the sunroof, grasping a glass of champagne.

    After Hours

  • At the very least, the Herald would check with the cops, who would in turn head out to knock on Paragon's door.

    The Killing Kind

  • The fall weather was just turning crisp, and my husband Jack and I and our three children squeezed into the car to head out for the Junior Midgets Sunday afternoon football game.

    CSS: Christmas Cheer

  • He worked at the Humboldt Dye Works and would get up every day, Monday through Friday, at four thirty AM to head out of the Bronx and into Brooklyn, in rain, sleet, sunshine, heat wave, or snowstorm.

    Follow the Model

  • Jasper Dash, Boy Technonaut, poked his head out and surveyed the wreckage.

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware

  • Mae felt as if a wizened fortune-teller was about to pop her graying head out of the billowing red curtains and demand whether she wanted to dream of her true love tonight.

    The Demons Covenant


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