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- Instead of turning left towards his tree, he hobbles along towards the village.p. 359.4
- Once he's got the glass piece out he washes the cut with a little of the beer, then hobbles into the bathroom and rummages in the medicine cabinet.p. 275.5
- Then he hobbles to his own suite, what used to be his own suite, and collapses onto the damp unmade bed, and goes brownout.p. 336.0
- He hobbles across the beach to the water's edge, washes his foot, feels the sting of salt: there must have been a boil, the thing must have ruptured overnight, the wound feels huge now.p. 371.8
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