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  • "In your writing, dear," she admitted in a half-whisper.

    Chapter 30

  • We left our digging and burden-bearing; we turned from our scraping and twisting of things and words; we paused from our hurrying hither and thither and walking up and down, and asked in a half-whisper: this Death—is this Life?

    DARKWATER

  • As with the first game, the writing is decent, capturing the characters from the TV show quite well, and the TV actors continue to turn in a good performance, even if Matt Smith's tendency to half-whisper his lines remains.

    Doctor Who Adventures: Blood of the Cybermen

  • "I believe Lee Harvey Oswald worked for the ADL," Frogue said in a half-whisper during a recent interview on the Foothill High campus.

    AD-70: Don Wagner's Holocaust-Denying Donors and Extremist Supporters

  • The man with the Irish accent repeated his message with the same soft half-whisper.

    The Elvis Latte

  • [Stands as though thunderstruck, stares fixedly at her, and says in a half-whisper.]

    John Gabriel Borkman

  • I want to go upstairs to the bedroom, I said in a half-whisper.

    Decoys, Inc.

  • Until it said, in a low half-whisper, at the same time taking one stop forward:

    No Thoroughfare

  • He used a half-whisper, trying not to frighten her.

    Watcher 3] Fire Watcher

  • ‘God bless you once more, Miss Thorne!’ said the old man, in a half-whisper.

    Doctor Thorne

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