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  • Even dear Wolf had a few _un_flat (tering) moments.

    Reliable Sources: Journos reflect on Kennedy and the press

  • WSJ's George Stahl reports January retail sales inched higher by 0.3%, regis tering their seventh straight monthly gain.

    Snowstorms Put Damper on Sales

  • Shat tering car windows sprayed his armor-plated vest, and he was thrown through a thin wooden fence.


  • Between the trees, on gentle and too cleverly irregular slopes of sweet green grass, the bright umbrellas shaded the hotel's guests from the unfal - tering radiance of the Lado-Acheson sun.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • Purple obviously believed in ca - tering to his selfish interests.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • And at least she could keep her waste with her, rather than scat-tering it all over the highways.

    interviewing the Fatal Attraction Asshatronaut « raincoaster

  • I understand, that, notwith-standing all the jack-a-dandies that have been flut — tering about you, you are what you were when I left town.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • The longer, said Sir Charles, a woman remains unmarried, the more apprehensive she will be of en-tering into the state.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • The Americans being steam-turbine ships, had from two to four blast funnels each; the Germans lay lower in the water, having explosive engines, which now for some reason made an unwonted mu tering roar.

    The War in the Air

  • The two walked back across the terrace and through a narrow bailey gate-where two of Ghrant's personal guards stood stiffly-before reen-tering the north wing.

    Wellspring of Chaos


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