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- Through the clefts in the overhead greenery he can see a handful of vultures, circling idly in the sky.p. 223.9
- If he burst out of the bushes in his filthy tattered sheet, reeking, hairy, tumescent, leering like a goat-balled, cloven-hoofed satyr or a patch-eyed buccaneer from some ancient pirate film — Aarr, me hearties! and attempted to join the amorous, blue-bottomed tussle?p. 169.4
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