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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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to call — typically to ask or tell someone to come nearer by using a hand gesture or a nod of the head
  • Something about the land, or the York State land as it used to be—the near horizons lifting up their high-angled screens between folded valleys, the days full of clouds forever drifting, ominous and beckoning, sliding past green-gray summits and throwing their strange shapes over the tilted fields, sunny elms inexorably darkened by the march of shadow from the straight-edged slopes.
    9 — "Like a robber, I shall proceed according to my will." (53% in)

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