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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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most frequent, common, or important; or having more power and influence
  • The dark-stained, wooden buttresses against the high, vaulted, white-plaster ceiling accentuate how well lit the church is; despite the edifice's predominance of stone and stained glass, there are no corners lost to darkness or to gloom.
    p. 179.5

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