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- It seemed to Walter Benson that they'd been driving for hours when, finally, the car slowed almost to a stop and pulled off the road into what felt like a new-plowed field with innumerable stones in it, or bricks, or possibly treestumps.10 — Poetry and Life (79% in)
- Day after day, whether he was at home or off on one of his innumerable trips, he worked lunatic hours, often from eight in the morning until midnight, and when he asked himself why—there were many in the firm who felt no such compulsions—he could find no adequate reason, or, rather, found too many.8 — The Kleppmann File (16% in)
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