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  • Look at our education system, promoting a moral code calibrated for the rat-holes of a singularly corrupted society.

    Michael Vlahos: Mother Goddess, Ascending

  • Look at our education system, promoting a moral code calibrated for the rat-holes of a singularly corrupted society.

    Michael Vlahos: Mother Goddess, Ascending

  • Look at our education system, promoting a moral code calibrated for the rat-holes of a singularly corrupted society.

    Michael Vlahos: Mother Goddess, Ascending

  • The article goes on to discuss genre rat-holes and how some authors (like Joe Hill, author of Heart-Shaped Box) are crossing genre boundaries into mainstream fiction, or vice versa.

    The Next Big Literary Movement: Horror

  • The article goes on to discuss genre rat-holes and how some authors (like Joe Hill, author of Heart-Shaped Box) are crossing genre boundaries into mainstream fiction, or vice versa.

    February 2007

  • They were both pretty much rat-holes if I remember correctly.

    dustbury.com » Eat here and get gas

  • Excep for the sake of love, which is above being mersnary, fourteen shillings a wick was a LITTLE too strong for two such rat-holes as he lived in.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • I first nailed thin bits of wood over the rat-holes in the floor, and then covered it with

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • Four days in which to comb the rat-holes of Limehouse and Chinatown -- four days in which to ferret out, somewhere in the mazes of East End, the lair of Kathulos.

    The Moon of Skulls

  • He went upstairs to see some rat-holes that Skinner said would justify a trap — they certainly were enormous — and discovered that the room in which the Food of the Gods was mixed with meal and bran was in a quite disgraceful order.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

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