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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • The gang fell asunder and there were no more nightly forays or battles on the rocks.
  • The gang made forays into the gardens of old maids or went down to the castle and fought a battle on the shaggy weed-grown rocks, coming home after it weary stragglers with the stale odours of the foreshore in their nostrils and the rank oils of the seawrack upon their hands and in their hair.

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  • The scientist has a successful foray into local politics.
  • He speaks for a long time, and his words weave a life before my eyes, the life of a dark-haired, curious-eyed child who snuck out from lessons so he could go adventuring, who waited eagerly at the edge of camp for the men of the Tribe to return from their merchant forays.
    Sabaa Tahir  --  An Ember in the Ashes

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