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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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to strongly want (something—especially something that belongs to another)
  • "What else do I need my memory for?" my mother asked her sister; the two women would smile at each other—my Aunt Martha coveting that part of my mother's memory that might tell her the story of who my father was.
    p. 237.4

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