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  • When his hand emerges again, it is holding a sheaf of three-by-four white papers, some two inches thick.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • When his hand emerges again, it is holding a sheaf of three-by-four white papers, some two inches thick.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • When his hand emerges again, it is holding a sheaf of three-by-four white papers, some two inches thick.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • When his hand emerges again, it is holding a sheaf of three-by-four white papers, some two inches thick.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • As he was showing her out, she had a sudden brain wave "Can I show you something?" she asked, opening her handbag and taking out the three-by-four black and white print Dandy Tom had given to her.

    Bottled Spider

  • Using one finger, he slid a three-by-four black and white photograph across the crisp damask tablecloth.

    Bottled Spider

  • Several days before, Hunt had to stand at noon on the corner of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue where the CIA delivered to me a wrapped set of three-by-four chart! of professional caliber.

    Will

  • Precisely thirty-eight seconds later a convention of animals, all swearing and trembling with fright, were trying to conceal themselves in the same three-by-four hole in the ground.

    Fables For The Times

  • I never saw much to fancy in these three-by-four villages myself.

    Busman's Honeymoon

  • He could make that all right, he told himself, as he kissed her lightly in the dark three-by-four entrance-hall.

    A Collection of Stories, Reviews and Essays

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