“I eagerly await more complex concentricity in our Canadian coinage.”
“I would not say no to a tortoise, I said.”
“We drove out to Oregon City where the streets are all named after presidents in the order they were elected, so you can't get lost if you are American and you know your presidents.”
“I had to pretend you didn't exist. That's how much it hurt
She was still thinking if your safety p. 361”
“She was still thinking of your safety p. 362”
“Children who had difficulty in learning basic skills were to be given special instruction to remedy those weak or unlearned skills.”
“If I open up, it gets me, Dad. It gets me, and I don't know if I'm strong enough to stand it.”
“I have visited a great many cathedrals and have yet to burst into flames.”
“en tant que femme je n ai pas de pays.
En tant que femme je ne désire aucun pays.
Mon pays a moi, femme, c est le monde entier.”
“It was the most terrible sound in a world of terrible sounds, the kind of sound that haunts you in the late hours of the night when the darkness shutters you in and the cold creeps into you through the cracks. When you are suddenly gripped by the unwavering certainty that you are already dead--and gone forever.”
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