straight ahead love


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  • Odo stared straight ahead at nothing, blinking his eyes against the sting.

    Hadrian's Wall.html

  • Rather than giving him the satisfaction of turning around again, I just stared straight ahead and helped myself to another Wint-O-Green.

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour

  • The babalao slammed the car door and sat there in the front seat, staring straight ahead through the windshield without moving.

    Dexter in the Dark

  • Employing the badly cut-up 2nd Company to establish a fire base centred on Forch, he ordered 1st Company to assault straight ahead through Forch against Favorite while 3rd Company worked its way around the left flank in the hope of benefiting from cover among the fruit trees.

    First Clash

  • He is staring straight ahead — lizardlike, as Evan remembered.

    Land of the Blind

  • I split my second section on to a slightly divergent course to the right that lined them up with Phu Tho while I pressed straight ahead for the hook in the river.

    Thud Ridge

  • But running flat out in my best town shoes with leather soles and heels and rubber quarters running, if you're my colour, build and age, and carrying a briefcase running at full pelt in bomb-shocked London and looking straight ahead of you, manic ally not asking anyone for help and bumping into people in your haste that kind of running, at any time of day, is frankly unhinged, and at rush hour, demented.

    the mission song

  • Rue Lepic makes a large bend to the left where it meets Rue des Abbesses, and straight ahead Rue Tholozé climbs up a steep slope, and rejoins Lepic by the Moulin de la Galette.

    Maigret and the Saturday Caller

  • It was John, all right, definitely John, in the passenger seat of a Buick Century Regal, fortunately looking straight ahead and not to the side out his window.

    Drowned Hopes

  • Mother Ambrose, buxom, black-browed and tall, her meek habit declining to look, upon her, anything but militant, gazed straight ahead without a glance for little, apple-cheeked, dimple-chinned Mother Jude, and then said in a deep voice resonant as an organ:

    St Peter's Finger


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