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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

10 uses
  • "Precisely!" said Mr. Curtain, seeming pleased.
    p. 319.8
  • No matter that he'd resisted, no matter that he'd chosen this seat precisely to avoid this situation, here he was, staring at a slip of paper that contained the key to his hopes.
    p. 25.1
  • Precisely.
    p. 79.3
  • "Precisely why it is useful to us," said Mr. Benedict.
    p. 119.2
  • "That is precisely what we must find out," said Mr. Benedict, "before it is too late."
    p. 135.3
  • The Institute's gray stone buildings were so similar to one another and so closely packed it was difficult to judge precisely where one ended and another began.
    p. 158.9
  • "Precisely the kind of lesson you'll learn at the Institute.
    p. 170.5
  • I will not say precisely how.
    p. 243.1
  • That evening, at precisely 10:01, S.Q. Pedalian knocked on the boys' door.
    p. 305.0
  • "That is precisely to the point, Sticky," said Mr. Benedict, with a nod to Rhonda Kazembe, who went to a cabinet and produced an enormous birthday cake that had been hidden inside.
    p. 478.0

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