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"Out came a rear admiral with the zipper of his pants caught in his underwear. 'Goddamned things. I never wanted to buy them anyway. Sold me a bill of goods.'" p. 11, The South Pacific

"As I did so a chubby young girl of fifteen or sixteen came into the shed and ran up to Tony in that strange way you can spot every time. She was desperately in love with him." p. 30, Mutiny

"'My father, Fletcher Christian,' Teta said, 'always told us that it did not matter whether you lived on Norfolk Island or Pitcairn Island so long as you lived in the love of God.'" pp. 45-7, Mutiny

"He had a blanket with him, and before Nellie knew what had happened, she found herself wrestling with him on the ground." p. 63, An Officer and a Gentleman

"Without waiting a moment he literally rushed into the...

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