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  • I suspect that trying to apply it in practice would have the same sobering effect as a nine-o'clock lecture.

    Narrative causality and the seven basic plots

  • I suspect that trying to apply it in practice would have the same sobering effect as a nine-o'clock lecture.

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  • That's what he calls the small sunny enclosure at nine-o'clock.

    Evil Monkeys

  • "The nine-o'clock is going to be late," she announced.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Bonnie watched as Jake and Dwight made their way through the crowd of eager rafters lining up for the nine-o'clock trip.

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  • Look, "said Kelly, taking control of the conversation," Buddy's on schedule to work the nine-o'clock trip tomorrow.

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  • The missing guide, Buddy, was scheduled to work the nine-o'clock trip.

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  • A nine-o'clock breakfast followed, and we were ready for other experiences.

    Travels in the Far East

  • When the nine-o'clock bell rang in from the village through the winter night's crystal clearness, little Jane would lightly nudge her mother and steal away to bed; and in the ruddy twilight of the felling fire the two talked softly, talked, -- but never of that dark thing lying most deeply in the heart of either.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 75, January, 1864

  • I emerge, join the C.E., and go briskly with him through the dusk to the street car and thence to the station where the Budders are waiting and leave for Silao on the nine-o'clock train.

    Jane Journeys On

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