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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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impossible to extract, disentangle, or avoid; or hopelessly intricate
  • Caroline Gill, who had held her hand through the rippling contractions, whose blue eyes and steady gaze were inextricably connected for Norah to that wild and snowy night, had simply disappeared—a mystery, that, and a scandal.
    p. 74.4

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