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- 1 mean I believe — nothing so chic as being zealous, or born again, or teaching Sunday school, or prostrating myself in the aisle, but I do believe.Chapter 3 (99% in)
- Wu Song and his two guards lay prostrate on the ground.Chapter 9 (67% in)
- 'Let's go!' he said, for a final time looking at his watch, his gun out of the window aimed in the vicinity of the three prostrate figures.Chapter 9 (69% in)
- He slammed the telephone down, his hands trembling, the muscles of his jaw working furiously as he thought about the prostrate 'merchandise' he had brought back to exchange for his wife.Chapter 30 (44% in)
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