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  • My guess is, if we can find the right spectrum of light, we can flash our wrist-lamps over the plants, trees, roots—whatever else might be a likely spot—and see if we can ascertain a direction to pursue.

    Breakdowns

  • Fay was a five-foot-one package of dynamite, with an easy infectious laugh, a lust for action, and curves in all the right places.

    One of a Kind

  • To the right of the living room was the bedroom where Marcy Becker now lay huddled beneath the window with Rachel, so that anyone looking inside would be unable to see them.

    The Killing Kind

  • It clung to her in all the right places and ended midthigh, revealing toned legs.

    The Ark

  • On the right was the alcove Father Tatilian had mentioned.

    The Ark

  • At the ends of eighty-foot halls to the right and left were doors that led to emergency stairwells.

    The Ark

  • But that does not apply to the coalition's decision on which company wins the contract to build 1,200 Thameslink train carriages – there the truth is surely that the left hand knows perfectly well what the right is up to but could not give a stuff.

    Bombardier job losses: Train wreck | Editorial

  • And when they had come to the place called Calvary, there they crucified Him, and the criminals, one on the right hand and the other on the left.

    The Courage To Be Christian

  • Do you have the right to give up Ms. Wolfe here to safeguard your own principles?

    The Killing Kind

  • She was wearing a short black skirt and a white blouse, which was dirty and ripped by the right shoulder, like she had been yanked, and because of the tape around her ankles her knees were close together and prim-looking.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

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