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  • But now, frozen in front of this black door, we both realize that this is the place where the garbageman must live, in the middle of this damp tunnel, in the eye of darkness, where we are no longer protected by sunlight or Zinaida Vasilievna or even screaming Aunt Polya.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • And this is the place to say that a teacher, for instance, must on principle not try to obtain knowledge of silly children's tricks by cultivating loathsome tattle-tales.

    Mein Kampf

  • Besides, the Dwomorites might not like it, and this is the place I know how to get to from the wrecked castle; when we came back out they might take offense.

    With a Single Spell

  • And now privately the woman, Barkestead's great confident, is brought, who do positively say that this is the place which he did say the money was hid in, and where he and she did put up the L50,000

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Nov/Dec 1662


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