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  • They gave him insight into an area that he knew little about, and this morning’s phone call was-a valuable piece of the puzzle.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #1

  • Neraka looked exactly like what it was-a small, ancient impoverished village built to serve those who inhabitated the Temple, now overrun by the tent city that had sprouted up around it like fungus.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • Often, their final action before entering the wharf is to inhale one parting whiff of whatever it was-a child's blanket, a backyard garden, a mother's kitchen, a horse, a factory, an artist's brush, an opium pipe-that was keeping them afloat.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • He looked up again and there it was-a pin point in the sky.

    I, TOO, DREAM....

  • So he soon recognized the wire for what it was-a trap.

    Good Night, Mrs. Calabash

  • This should be-yes, was-a suite of two rooms, a public room and a bedroom.

    Widows and Orphans

  • I'd found myself stunned and disbelieving and convinced beyond doubt, all in a few moments, and after that, well, there he was-a walking contradiction, to be sure, but real for all that.


  • I think that the GOP wil use it and people like you will use it, but most people have enough common sense to dismiss it (and move on) for what it was-a pastor making some inflammatory, ranting and raving angry remarks at what he percieved to be injustice.

    Gallup: Dems Like Hillary/Obama Ticket, But Say "No" To Obama/Hillary

  • Well, you got your finger, on the trigger, it would help if you was-a bigger

    The Jeff Healey Band Lyrics

  • You said you was-a high class, but I could see through that

    Albert King Lyrics


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