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used in Looking for Alaska

4 uses
  • The cop grabbed a coat and walked toward us, and as he approached, I could see the blue veins through the translucent skin of his face.
    p. 162.3
  • As we walked toward the airplane hangar of a gym, which I had seen but never even thought to approach, the Colonel explained to me the most important thing about our basketball team: They were not very good.
    p. 45.9
  • I thought we were in the clear as we began to round the corner of the bleachers, but then I saw, out of the corner of my eye, a cylindrical orange object getting bigger and bigger, like a fast-approaching sun.
    p. 63.5
  • I took the feetfirst approach, and once I got my feet on the ground, I limboed my upper body out the window.
    p. 84.9

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