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  • “Get out of my way!” he screamed, until finally he reached the center courtyard, where he saw smoke billowing and people staggering out from the area that had been hit on the opposite side.

    Into the Story

  • “On my way!” he shouted, and charged forward to help the sylvari.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • “This way!” the prince yelled then gestured for Jack and May to get outside.

    Half Upon a Time

  • “Make way!” shouted the garter king of arms, the chief herald of En-gland, dressed in gold and red and carrying his crown-topped scepter.

    The Tudors: King Takes Queen

  • Fizz should only be about fifty paces back that way! she said excitedly before turning.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • Kate, you intimidate me in the best possible way! with your writing and I never stop learning from you—both in business and in life.

    City Secrets

  • Get out of the way! every ten or fifteen feet in an effort to clear the ramp in front of him and close the distance.


  • “No way!” she said, then dragged us into her bathroom and handed us Kleenexes.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I do more than my partner, but he or she might feel the same way! b.

    Enough Already

  • When he saw me in the airport he came running and leaped into my arms, a smile bursting the whole way!!

    The Double Life is Twice as Good


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