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content
used in Sycamore Row

8 uses
  • He was deeply moved by its content but bothered by its admissibility.
    p. 629.8
  • No. The letter was mailed to him, in confidence, and he had every right to examine its contents.
    p. 29.3
  • He fancied himself a trial lawyer, not a title checker; a courtroom brawler, not some timid little lawyer content to live in the archives and push papers around a desk.
    p. 54.0
  • He tried to appear content, even domesticated, but after a few hours of bumping into other people, and of listening to Cypress, and of deflecting the rejections of his wife, he ate a sandwich and moved outdoors with his beer, to a spot under a tree beside the house where he could sit in peace and watch the occasional car go by.
    p. 78.3
  • They had not spoken since the trial of Carl Lee Hailey, and if their paths never again crossed both would have been content.
    p. 167.2
  • It might become necessary to approach him later, but for now Wade Lanier and Lester Chilcott were quite content to spin a web of silence and deceit.
    p. 333.8
  • His blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit.
    p. 368.8
  • The man seemed so at ease and relaxed, even content.
    p. 530.9

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