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  • Rove promised-and often boasted of-a Republican realignment.

    Thomas B. Edsall: The Rove Legacy

  • Now, finally, she realized who he reminded her of-a particularly facile graduate student who had been everyone's friend-and who had used his ability to ingratiate himself with people to crib shamelessly from their research.

    red dust

  • "As I leave the press, all I can say is this: for 16 years, ever since the Hiss case, you've had a lot of-a lot of fun," Nixon said.

    The Rise And Fall And Rise And Fall And Rise Of N

  • SYNOPSIS: Parasites, alien creatures who must invade-and take control of-a human host to survive, land on Earth with one directive which I will leave out for fear of spoilers.

    MY FIRST MANGA: First Cry for Help - Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games

  • A shot at being part of a world I had only ever dreamed of-a world of success.

    INVITATION ONLY

  • In a tornado of pure fury, Daniel had grabbed the first thing he could lay hold of-a soap dish-and hurled it into the bathroom mirror.

    The Tenth Circle

  • "Nay, there is more, for has the Sunlord in His wisdom not granted her direct counsel in the form of-a Firecat?"

    Sun In Glory

  • How dare you be so at home here, when I feel alienated of-a stranger-?

    Rome's Revenge

  • When one understands the nature of a thing, one knows what it is capable of-a saying once passed to him and his brother both from Tocasia, the old Argivian archaeologist who first taught the brothers about the recovery and restoration of artifacts.

    Bloodlines

  • Now Roland would have what Hern himself had always mourned the loss of-a bride worthy of the Lord of the Hunt.

    Child Of The Hunt

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