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  • At one of the beach house gatherings, Kirby Thagard broke into tears as she told the others that June Scobee had called to wish them all good luck.

    Riding Rockets

  • Desserts disappeared, luxuries went out of common use; all good things available were saved for the "boys."

    Manuscript Draft: Walter Reed: Doctor in Uniform, by Laura Wood, [19 -- ]

  • Barry Goater was unfailing in his insistence that close observation, often involving hours of patient counting and recording, was the foundation of all good science and truly original discovery.

    Wildwood

  • Wally Schirra felt the same way about it: “The decisions that Neil and Dave made were all good decisions.”

    First Man

  • “I wish you all good fortune with Alice Haggard,” I said.

    To Ruin a Queen

  • "He encourages participation, so people have a lot of say, until the decision is made and then, like all good leaders, he expects people to toe the line," Mr. England said.

    Basic Training: How Gates Grew

  • While this appears to be all good fun among e-friends and e-enemies, this sort of meta-game does have a potential downside when played outside Second Life.

    World of SL

  • It is also one of the very finest things to eat in the world and as “sanglier” and “marcassin,” the latter young boar, is one of the reasons that make Dijon the place that all good eaters hope to go when they die.

    Hemingway on Hunting

  • There is a court in Heaven above, to which all good Britons look up, and about which they read with exactly the same thrills as they read the Court Circular.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • He said, he talked on political aspects, for he wished to impress on me and all good Americans to cultivate the moral, the conservative, &c., &c., and never to call into action the physical strength of the people, as had just now been done in England in the Reform Bill, -- a thing prophesied by Delolme.

    English Traits (1856)

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