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Atlas Shrugged
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  • There was still a remnant of sunset light in the sky, when Taggart and Boyle emerged together into the street below.
  • She met them when they emerged suddenly from behind a rocky corner a few feet away.
  • Climbing down the ladder on the side of the engine, they saw a cluster of passengers gathered by the track and more figures emerging from the train to join them.
  • His head emerged an inch higher from his shoulders.
  • It was the soft voice of the tower director, who stood by her side, with some sort of paper in his hand-and she thought it was strange to emerge from a span of unconsciousness which had been the span of the sharpest awareness she had ever experienced, only she did not know how long it had lasted or where she was or why.
  • And, of course, an increase in freight rates will have to be granted to the country’s railroads-let’s say, seven per cent, roughly speaking-in view of the absolutely essential need for-" Holloway stopped, like a player emerging from a whirlwind activity to notice suddenly that no opponent was answering his shots.

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  • China recently emerged as a world power.
  • The idea emerged at a Student Council meeting.

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