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  • When the count was favorable, they would signal the “big player,” usually Uston in some sort of disguise, who would swoop in and make an enormous bet.

    One of a Kind

  • Rumors reached him that a raiding party off a British frigate, known to be sailing in the Gulf of Maine, would swoop in to burn the America as she stood on the stocks.

    John Paul Jones

  • But like many others, she also looked up and around at the sky and rooftops, wondering which hero would swoop in to save the day: Breezeway?

    Songs of Love & Death


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