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  • Mr. and Mrs. Daniloff will be on their way home before the morning is over.

    An American Life

  • Clean-cut and attired for the press conference in conservative dark business suits except Conrad, who stood out in a white linen suit, the New Nine looked, to one observer, “more like junior executives on their way home to Scarsdale than spacemen who hope to set foot on the Moon.”

    First Man

  • I finished my snello and macchiato, left a small tip, and on the way home went past the place on Via Pola where Mussolini had staged his last performance.

    The Italian Summer

  • “Did you see this, Dick?” asked Cousin James-the-druggist, calling in on his way home from his Corn Street shop.

    Morgan’s Run

  • On the way home from Kennedy Airport, where she landed in June 1988, after we rolled across Manhattan toward the Lincoln Tunnel, a young woman in tight shorts approached our car at a red light on Forty-second Street.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • The way home was across the parking lot and down the steps to the track field, and then to the other side and Warren Street.


  • Fiona Saint George and Kevin Frink were on their way home now, in a rental car with air-conditioning and room to recline their seats.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • Linda Coughlin tried this game on the way home from a frustrating camping trip with her three school-aged children.

    I Used to Have a Handle on Life But It Broke

  • Feeling that I had a claim to a special relationship with the crows, I was deeply impressed, and the memory of this odd road movie and the slushy snow outside the Cine mathque on the way home has stayed with me.


  • I was passing a Barnes & Noble on my way home from work when I saw the cover of the book mentioned in the newspaper article: a selection of texts from the Gnostic Gospels.

    Manifesting Michelangelo


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