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bar
used in Running in the Family

5 uses
  • This thing has walked off with my bar of Pears Transparent Soap?
    p. 143.4
  • They coaxed the sleeper to the bar and my father managed to remember all the Cambridge names, recalling even the exploits of the notorious Sharron K——, who caused havoc with the population of three colleges.
    p. 45.5
  • Snakes and fish from the lake swam into the windows of the Golf Club, into the bar, and around the indoor badminton court.
    p. 127.8
  • The bungalow's cook and the tracker watch from the doorways of the house not quite believing what is happening to this strange mixture of people— Sinhalese, Canadian, and one quiet French girl—who are now soaping themselves with a bar of soap and throwing it around like a foaming elixir so everyone is suddenly white, as if in a petticoat, and now trying even harder to catch the rain everywhere, bending over to let it land on our backs and shoulders.
    p. 141.6
  • Then he parked near the Galle Face Hotel, old haunt, and crossed the street to the bar where journalists and others from Lake House sat and talked politics, talked rubbish, talked about sport, which he was not at all interested in now.
    p. 186.6

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