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They sat unmov - ing for a minute, then slowly turned to meet each other's eyes.
The vog was thicker here, steady and unmov - ing before them.
The most she could do was try to push him away from her, but it was as if she were squeezed in between two walls, his big, solid chest was so unmov-able.
Now the Citizen faced the ice and stared into it, unmov - ing.
But when Holland jabbed the stud to open the door, it remained unmov-ing.
There were still powers of evil, but the majority of them, satiated by countless tastings and explor - ations, were lulled into a kind of abstracted exist - ence in which they floated unmoved and unmov - ing.