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3 uses
  • Sometimes he would arrive early; he would pace up and down the street outside, then ring the bell at precisely seven o'clock.
    Five — The Aftermath (35% in)
  • ...pines, laurel, and maples were still alive, and the green place invited refugees — partly because they believed that if the Americans came back, they would bomb only buildings; partly because the foliage seemed a center of coolness and life, and the estate's exquisitely precise rock gardens, with their quiet pools and arching bridges, were very Japanese, normal, secure; and also partly (according to some who were there) because of an irresistible, atavistic urge to hide under leaves.
    Two — The Fire (75% in)
  • A few vague human silhouettes were found, and these gave rise to stories that eventually included fancy and precise details.
    Four — Panic Grass and Feverfew (29% in)

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