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"Helpless? he thought incredulously. Why, that girl could fight a buzz saw! p. 34

What made the accent different? The water they drank? Because there weren't near the ocean? The sharper, more pungent air? What? p. 46

I bet, she thought, no other girl in my old neighborhood ever saw a campus—much less walked across one. p. 51

That night she kissed Carl with more than her usual tenderness when he came home, and whispered in a new shy way that she loved him very much. ''What brought that on?' He was pleased though. 'Nothing. Only I'm so happy I could die.'" P. 112

"But, fortunately, these big dramatic emergencies did not materialize. It was the small nickel and dime things that came up day by day that plagued them." p. 114

"'Another woman?' he asked incredulously. 'God forbid! I have all I can do to handle the one...

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