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  • "At some evidence implicating Flora Millar in the disap - pearance."

    Sole Music

  • He kept reminding himself that his isolation was a good sign, because it meant that no one had discovered his disap - pearance, or if they had, they had no idea where to find him.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • I am Korry that our acquaintance has begun so much at your cost: but you must let us turn this evil ap-pearance into real good.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • We had more leisure to consi-der the elegant rusticity of their dresses and ap — pearance.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • If we find you to have made an attempt to alter your usual morning ap-pearance, we shall suspect you of a desire to triumph over us in the conciousness of your superior graces.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • As Necromonger warships, their ap-pearance had been designed with intimidation as much as functionality in mind.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • At his ap-pearance, the heads of the ranked vessels began to dip in perfect unison: an aerodynamic bow.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • The name of the creatures derived from their ap-pearance, which was vaguely caninelike without pos'sessing so much as a single strand of earthly doggy DNA.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • He put together a file of newspaper clips on the Laci Peterson case, the disap - pearance of a pregnant woman from Central California on Christmas Eve two years before.

    The Narrows

  • He actually expected the infamous Triana to put in an ap-pearance before too very much longer.



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