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- Owen Meany, who had been so conspicuous—all my life—was easily overlooked at the University of New Hampshire.p. 440.2
- We loaded the cartons of Owen's baseball cards into the car, and we tried to think of the least conspicuous time of day when we could drive out to the Meany Granite Quarry—when we would not necessarily need to greet Mr. Meany, or disturb Mrs. Meany's grim profile in any of several windows, or actually need to talk with Owen.p. 85.5
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