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Childhood's End
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  • His secret ambition had at last dared to emerge into the full light of consciousness.
  • Quite a while later a large truck loaded with metal cases emerged in the opposite direction and drove to a certain airfield where the cases were loaded aboard a freighter on perfectly legitimate business.
  • He was just starting to walk back when another guest emerged from the hatchway.
  • Attheend ofsixweeks I’ll emerge like any other stowaway and give myself up.
  • Since everything that the Overlords did was of immense interest to mankind, a careful watch was kept of their comings and goings, and the pattern of their behaviour (though not the reason for it) was beginning to emerge.
  • On the other side of the Earth, in the land that they had stripped so suddenly of life, they were emerging from their long trance.
  • The Inspector’s flyer had departed, amid many protestations of mutual regard, before the sequel emerged.
  • Of the outward journey he had known nothing: when the injection had worn off and he had emerged, the ship was already entering the Overlord system.

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

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