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  • The answer to the mystery of the Gedrosian desert journey is plainly stated by the historian Arrian and is perfectly consistent with what we know of Alexander from other episodes in his life.

    Alexander the Great

  • She stubbornly decided to believe that Stalin did not know of this obvious injustice, that it all happened as the result of an un-Soviet struggle for power among his crooked underlings.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Yes, these two lapses I know of thus far happened in Lueke Kome and Antioch while I was recovering from the effects of the wine.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • “How would you know of the Lowsee problem if you have been away?”

    Raven Rise

  • I had notread your books and did not know of any connection that you might have had with the caves.

    First Man

  • Said Lee: I am perfectly willing to transfer Jones to Paxton's brigade if he desires it; but if he does not, I know of no act of his to justify my doing so.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • “Unfortunately,” Moman added, “we still do not know of his fate.”

    Raven Rise

  • I would also like you to tell us all that passed between you and the late Mr. Al Z, everything of which you and Mr. Mercier spoke two nights ago, and all that you know of the man who killed Mr. Paragon.

    The Killing Kind

  • Clever Squirrel told the shaman as much as she thought she needed to know of the dream in the sweatbath.

    Burning Tower

  • Yet Jesus began his mission after his baptism by John:so why, if John had really announced Jesus' Messiahship, did no-one else know of it at the time?

    The Templar Revelation

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