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- He was a short, wiry, rodent-faced man who even in repose had a motor running somewhere, as though his heart was working for no particular reason.Chapter 1.2 (60% in)
- She leaned against one of the severe, rounded Doric columns, a large-boned, awkwardly constructed woman, silent in her meditative repose, watching me climb the steps toward her.Chapter 1.2 (21% in)
- There was a quality of immense repose in the silent flow of stone.Chapter 1.11 (39% in)
- In this repose, as cadets began their seven hours and fifteen minutes of officially sanctioned sleep, the insects cautiously came alive to begin their night rule of the barracks.Chapter 1.15 (4% in)
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