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- v. get out of quickly
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I steal nine dollars and a pack of Kools; in the bathroom, I take two bars of Ivory soap, then hop out an open window, back to Sunset Boulevard.
I hop out of my jeep and walk toward a beige brick building with warped lettering that reads PHARMACY without the P.
I hop out of Clarence’s car and read Levitt the brief statement I composed during the drive from New York City.