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  • Scores of others-a veritable who's who of Italy's political and business elite-have also spent time in custody since Operation Clean Hands got underway more than a year ago.

    Throwing The Bums Out

  • If Bobby Higgins comes again before the snow, I shall send a half-dozen bottles to Ashe, Harnett, Howe, and a few others-a wee token of my abiding esteem, aye?

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • The manor boasted five towers, one at each corner and one at the center, with the center-most being a good two stories taller than the others-a full twelve stories tall.

    Elvenborn

  • And she had experimented-first on herself, then on others-a combination of loneliness and rage pushing her down the easy road from science geek to outlaw chemist.

    Beyond World's End

  • He smiled crookedly, answering her questions with others-a habit he'd picked up from the elves.

    Beyond World's End

  • He smiled crookedly, answering her questions with others-a habit he'd picked up from the elves.

    Beyond World's End

  • And she had experimented-first on herself, then on others-a combination of loneliness and rage pushing her down the easy road from science geek to outlaw chemist.

    Beyond World's End

  • But there were others-a party of bowmen with steel helmets accompanying two armored knights.

    Here Abide Monsters

  • I had time to dig into the library and I looked up Tom Paine, which led me to Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson and others-a whole new world was opened up to me.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • For in his anxiety to dispel the suspicion, he spoke about his distinctions and his reputation in such exaggerated terms as to give the impression that I was in danger of finding a rival in the lowest of the Romans, not in him who, because he stands above all others-a position which I frankly confess I am striving to attain, denies the possibility of any rivalry between us.

    The History of Rome, Vol. IV

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