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  • It was a velvet jacket, and she looked up to see the blond customer from insidethe nice one, not his probing, arrogant friend with the over-intense dark eyes.

    The Diamond Secret

  • It was a velvet jacket, and she looked up to see the blond customer from insidethe nice one, not his probing, arrogant friend with the over-intense dark eyes.

    The Diamond Secret

  • I hope you start a Wild-Fire that burnsaway the corrupt and criminal cabal of money changers insidethe political/corporate edifice!

    Rob Kall Interviews Sibel Edmonds

  • The Council voted on Monday afternoon, 48-1, to override the mayor's veto, as the body, and particularly most of the Bronx delegation, had become insistent that all retailers insidethe mall paya living wage to their employees, which would have been a new standard in the city.

    Council Torpedoes Kingsbridge Armory, Again

  • It was a velvet jacket, and she looked up to see the blond customer from insidethe nice one, not his probing, arrogant friend with the over-intense dark eyes.

    The Diamond Secret

  • It was a velvet jacket, and she looked up to see the blond customer from insidethe nice one, not his probing, arrogant friend with the over-intense dark eyes.

    The Diamond Secret

  • He then led us insidethe dark, rickety timber building that groaned and creaked in protest to the exuberant youth that the Italians put in every step.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • He then led us insidethe dark, rickety timber building that groaned and creaked in protest to the exuberant youth that the Italians put in every step.

    Paris 1730

  • "The Star" is both indoors and outdoors, taking apart the difference between feminized interior domestic space and masculinized exterior work space; the comforting implication is that what is outside is also insidethe star peeps through the curtain; the discomforting implication is that what is inside is really just a special instance of the outsidethat subjectivity itself is a lonely traveler wandering under the stars.

    'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' as an Ambient Poem; a Study of a Dialectical Image; with Some Remarks on Coleridge and Wordsworth

  • Occasionally he turned to smile and wave to Lyra, who remained insidethe transparent dome handling the instru'ments.

    Voyage To The City Of The Dead

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