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|After the first few I kind of wanted to sidle myself into the kitchens and drop a lot of |
quietleaf in the kettles they kept hot over the fire, to lower the general tension
level, but I'm way too ... I could feel it—don't ask me how—that Hereyta was
waiting for us, that she knew we'd be there, last thing at night, after curfew, after
any time a cadet is allowed to be visiting his (or her) dragon, the night before First
|Whether it's a “hey I met you last night and just saw [reference to some movie/ad/|
sport we talked about]” text or a “what are you up to tonight? ... After you get the
first text from someone, wait about 15 minutes from when you see it to respond.
|AFTER our long river ride by steamer and later by launch and barge we at last |
disembarked at Tapirapoan, which is situated in .... We kept on and late that
afternoon we crossed the Burity River and there we had to wait until night before
the last mule of the pack ... Said Colonel Roosevelt, "If you should reach Manaos
first, don't wait for me, you have a wife and children, return to them as soon as
|You knew that they might wait there whether Mr. Parkes gave them information or |
not ... Because I knew they would not be there that night ; they had been down in
the country the Saturday before that. 650. ... 653- When did you see the officer
last previous to the interview ? ... After. 664. When did you first hear your name
had been mentioned in this Committee- room ? — I heard it from Mr. Charlton.
|But the space is arranged so that many can bring their own folding chairs and, for |
merely the cost of a gate pass, they can hear ... As soon as the last work was over
, we moved toward the nearest gate, carried along by the flood of other people.
And, after we got through the gate to the car, there was a long wait before we
could move our car out of the parking lot. That first night as I recall, the ladies
decided to stop off at the Lenox Hotel for an evening snack, rather than to
struggle with the ...
|He had not done any drinking like he did last night since he was young. Entering |
the café ... She waited without getting an answer before she asked, “What can I
get for you? ... His first stop after the café was the livery. He saw ... When he got
back to the office, it looked like Lloyd and Earl were going to live after their night
|Ever since late Friday afternoon, when their lives had been broken by a tragedy |
quite beyond their worst fears, they had been discussing what their next move
should be. ... Now, early dawn on Sunday, was their first opportunity. At long last,
after an anxious night waiting for the cockcrow, the fearful women set out. ...
Before we can begin to answer those questions, however, we need to retrace our
|He watched CNN, drank a beer, read the Sunday newspaper that had been |
outside their door—Jessica too lazy even to ... and then, figuring that Jessica was
maybe out having fun while he was sitting home simply waiting, he thought about
who he ... The first was from Sally Dickenson, calling the day before to let Jessica
know where she and Marion would be ... The next message—“Hi, just checking in
, I'll see you tomorrow”—was from David, left after dinner but before drinks last
|We'll be at Fort Laramie shortly after sunset tomorrow night. How about we get |
things taken care of first thing in the morning, before we head out?” “That sounds
... We're almost there and I don't want to create any unpleasantness if we don't
need to. ... “I can't believe everything that's happened in the last several days. We'
|Mike nodded, huddled closer, and waited for dawn. member. At first there was the |
terror, excitement, and adrenaline rush to ride on, but after the first watch with
Mike, when it was Dale's turn to sleep with ... Dale had known fear before, the
fear of the coal bin and the basement, the fear of the all- enveloping black circle
of C.J. ...