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  • Molly, who stood now beside him on the ramparts above Copper House, watching the sunrise burn its way through a cold, tearing fog.

    Memory of Fire

  • Tommy sniff-tested a half-dozen shirts, finally decided on one, climbed into bed, and was kissing Jody good morning when the sunrise put them out.

    You Suck

  • In a few minutes we were on board and talking with an engineer who was watching the sunrise from the deck.

    THE SIEGE OF THE 'LANCASHIRE QUEEN'

  • We got up at five-thirty in the morning to watch the sunrise from the South Rim.

    127 Hours

  • Mrs. Marcinkiewicz, who sang lead in the choir and had a big scarf wrapped around her important neck to keep it warm lest she catch something with the sunrise service only hours away.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • They would be returned to their proper places in time for the sunrise service on Sunday, though this year, Father Kulpa would probably just pack all that precious stuff in a box and ship it on over to Betty, since that seemed to be the thing everybody around here was doing.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Now the great empty sky, the sunrise and sunset, were welcome demarcations of unyielding normalcy.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Looking out the window, Gavin marvelled at the sunrise and wondered why he'd spent so many mornings of his life tucked in bed suffering from the ill effects of whatever overindulgence had consumed him the night before.

    Tutoring Lady Jane

  • So I gave him the sofa—Kai was still in the house then—but I woke him up before dawn and took him to see the sunrise at the Haleakala Crater.

    The Aloha Quilt

  • The generator was in place there and the strongest Clan Hunters had been appointed to take turns on the Lord's Bike for the sunrise services.

    Prayers To Broken Stones

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