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used in The Mark of Athena

6 uses
  • Annabeth decided not to dwell on that, but she also decided not to assume her directions were accurate.
    p. 408.5
  • Now sentenced to dwell here, on the opposite side of the island from my old enemy.
    p. 336.7
  • He dwells here on this island, guarding those silly pillars.
    p. 341.1
  • Monsters still dwelt in the depths, so deeply wrapped in the Mist that they slept most of the time; but Percy could feel them stirring, responding to the Celestial bronze hull of a Greek trireme and the presence of demigod blood.
    p. 361.3
  • He'd learned years ago it was better not to dwell too much on who was related to whom on the godly side of things.
    p. 366.9
  • Regular Romans would be going about their daily business, probably not considering the thousands of years of history under their feet, and definitely unaware of the spirits, gods, and monsters that still dwelt here, or the fact that their city might be destroyed today unless a certain group of demigods succeeded in stopping the giants.
    p. 403.1

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