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  • It shouldn't work -- King writes a sixty-something woman in first person, he uses a heavy regional dialect, the story structure harks back to Victorian "life-of" novels -- but it's brilliant.

    The Other Side Of The Story

  • This is the culminating moment of my life-of our lives, we may now say.

    Children of the Lens

  • The best ten years of my life-of course, some in Belleville excepted-were those spent at Upper Canada College, the University, and Osgoode Hall.

    The Prose and Poetry, Reality and Spirit of Canadian Imperial Service

  • Each second that ticked off on the staring face of the wall clock etched a cycling motion in his head as the second hand traced along the glassy underside of the circle of the clock face, and reinforced the relentless forward-moving nature of his life-of this life.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Kingdom Come, the life-of - Jesus movie that is currently being prepped in New Zealand, may have stalled before a single foot of film has been shot:

    FilmChat

  • The LTTE and the Government of Sri Lanka should recognise that further loss of life-of civilians and combatants - will serve no cause, the release said.

    Ministry of Defence - Sri Lanka (MOD)

  • Global company Nystar will pay $6.6 million to buy a major stake in Subiaco-based Ironbark Gold, and has agreed to a life-of mine offtake deal for the latter's Citronen lead-zinc project.

    WA Business News - Latest News

  • They greatly affect the climate and the conditions that allow life-of real, two-legged creatures, our life-to survive.

    Amitai Etzioni Notes

  • Can't stop us from the enjoyment of life-of what life is really all about. "

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Sainte Beuve’s thing: “to understand the work-of you have to know the life-of.”

    American Connections

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  • Pig Latin for "scram."

    July 23, 2009