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  • n  any of several short-billed Old World rails

  • Margaret Atwood in See Magazine
    In Oryx and Crake, there was a group that had already started to, in a way, coalesce in the real world,says Atwood, explaining what drew her to expand upon the God's Gardeners. "So I took that movement further down the road to see what a...
  • De Gasperi in Taipei Times
    I am excited. I think I won the title for Paul Crake who cannot attend this year's race because he was injured,De Gasperi said.

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