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  • When Hans looked up he saw the silhouette of the shtarker, but his body seemed to be surrounded by a penumbra of vibrating particles.

    Final Theory

  • The shtarker must have slipped into the apartment through the open window by the fire escape, then rushed into the bathroom when he realized that Hans was inside.

    Final Theory

  • The shtarker stretched his thin lips into a smile.

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  • Was it a risk for you, who certainly -- what we call in the Jewish faith shtarker (ph) to do this?

    CNN Transcript May 29, 2004

  • KING: I would call a-- a defensive lineman could be a shtarker.

    CNN Transcript May 26, 2004

  • Grandma Tessie, the stalwart, the shtarker, suffering from mental exhaustion?

    Tessie and Pearlie

  • I know she was a hard-core Gang of 14 shtarker but who really gives a shit about her?

    Feinstein Explains Her Reticence* About Panetta Nomination

  • He clawed at the stranger’s hands, trying to loosen their grip, but the man was a shtarker, a young vicious brute, and Hans was a seventy-nine-year-old with arthritis and a weak heart.

    Final Theory

  • Once more Hans struggled to raise his face to the surface, bashing himself against the sides of the tub as he clawed at the shtarker’s arms.

    Final Theory

  • And what he thought about were the shtarker’s boots, his shiny black storm-trooper boots.

    Final Theory


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