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The Grapes of Wrath
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  • What do you want for fifty bucks—a Zephyr?
  • A Lincoln Zephyr, silvery and low, whisked by.
  • But them"—he indicated the disappearing Zephyr—"them kind costs as much as a good size house.
  • I’d take a Zephyr myself.
  • Well, a Zephyr got sap.
  • Give me a Zephyr.
  • But, hell, that costs in the Zephyr class an’ it ain’t got the sap.

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  • What might be several seconds pass, though they feel to Werner like hours, and the wind tears through the frosted grass, sending zephyrs and wisps of snow sirening off across the white, and a sudden nostalgia for Zollverein rolls through him in a wave: boyhood afternoons wandering the soot-stained warrens, towing his little sister in the wagon.
    Anthony Doerr  --  All the Light We Cannot See
  • The imposing desolation was barren of any animals except for a bird gliding on the zephyrs.
    Christopher Paolini  --  Eragon

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