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- At least if the way Andrew starts pushing my head in a southerly direction is any indication.
- Not if the look he gives me—a look that could kill—is any indication.
- He keeps opening his mouth But that's not how the Job Centre people seem to feel, if the look the man gives us before he leaves to find his "superior" is any indication.
- That's what the guy in the aisle seat asks, indicating the empty window seat beside him.
- , which says Souillac, is any indication.
- Which is currently closed, if the locked door and dark windows are any indication.
- There are electric lights on in the windows of the mill, though, indicating that this isn't the 1800s.
- "This way, ladies," Chaz says, indicating, with a courtly bow, the path to the outdoor bar he's apparently set up, "and gentleman."
- "C'est bon, ca,"she says, indicating the sandwich.
- "If you cut off the skirt here," Dominique says, indicating a place where, if I were to cut off the skirt, the hem would hit her just above the knee, "it would be a cute cocktail dress.
- "I'll be out in the car," Luke says, indicating the back door to the kitchen, in front of which the butter-colored convertible is parked.
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