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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

5 uses
  • With his uninjured arm, he scooped up Mr. Curtain, still bound by Kate's rope, and threw him over his shoulder.
    p. 464.8
  • Before they could regain their feet, I had picked the locks on the ankle cuffs, snapped them onto the men's wrists, and bounded down the stairs.
    p. 128.2
  • It was clearly an old book, with a binding that had been mended more than once and with several pages dog-eared throughout.
    p. 240.1
  • As she knelt to bind Mr. Curtain's hands and feet, Kate eagerly told them what had happened.
    p. 452.9
  • That is, I would if my hands were not so crudely bound.
    p. 455.8

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