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interstate
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

7 uses
  • He reached the interstate where the road split and went west, to Louisville.
    p. 290.4
  • The interstate was clearer, however, and once Caroline got on it she made steady time, traveling through the industrial outskirts of Lexington and into the rolling country of the horse farms.
    p. 21.9
  • Still, Caroline drove fast once she reached the interstate, fatigue sluicing through her body like water down rock.
    p. 31.9
  • But the energy soon drained from these conversations, and by the time she reached the interstate she was driving mechanically, shaking her head now and then just to keep herself awake.
    p. 32.2
  • There was a wreck on the interstate a few miles back.
    p. 55.9
  • Soon enough she was turning the corner by the monument factory with its rows of tombstones, headed for the interstate.
    p. 68.9
  • Norah, brooding, paid little attention, and it was nearly half an hour before she realized that they were no longer on an interstate but were traveling more slowly, on smaller roads, through the vivid spring countryside.
    p. 302.3

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