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  • Paranoid and his tentmate are the only ones left who haven't held the snake now.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • An exception was David Coke, a son of the Earl of Leicester, who took Dahl “under his wing” and gave his tentmate some useful tips on how to shoot at the kind of German planes he was likely to be facing the following day.

    Storyteller

  • One suggestion on the tapes was proffered by defendant Donny Moore, b.s. artist extraordinaire, an ex – deputy sheriff and former tentmate of Oliver North.

    Blueblood War

  • "We don't like South Africa any more," laments her tentmate and fellow Burundian, Furaha Djuma.

    Collapsed Hopes

  • Pivnick more or less relies on Santa Rosa Shores resident Armando Sarasua as his tentmate 'Orr' to voice the now-familiar complaints.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • Pivnick more or less relies on Santa Rosa Shores resident Armando Sarasua as his tentmate 'Orr' to voice the now-familiar complaints.

    FEMA'S Catch 22

  • Two of our members, the snake-paranoid and his tentmate, had already prepared a fire pit with a large cabin-design wood pile in the amphitheater.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • We watched her long enough to ensure no one else would find her (and to ensure paranoid and his tentmate that she wasn't coming back).

    grouse Diary Entry

  • His scared tentmate ( "victim" #2) even managed a couple tentative strokes.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Though she could see nothing of her tentmate and no longer touched her, she could feel Joan's tension, along with her own, charging the atmosphere inside the tent.

    Blood Lure

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