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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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a colorless gas (O3)
  • The buzzing became a sizzling, and then there was the electrical scent of ozone, burning wires.
    p. 137.6
  • Memories rushed up, too, filling the room, holding Norah in place: the scents of lilacs and ozone and Paul's infant skin; David's touch, the clearing of his throat; the sunlight of a lost afternoon moving in patterns on the wooden floors.
    p. 362.1

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