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The vintage picture novel. Tintin meets Professor Alembick, a professional with a truly infrequent royal seal in his collection-the seal of King Ottokar the IV of Syldavia. Tintin joins the professor on his journey to this overseas land, yet can the Professor be relied on?
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I parked The car in front of The Abu Jamil gas station at five This morning. I figured maybe it was The only way to be first in line. Chucri started out running little errands for people in The building: clearing away broken tile, pasting clear plastic sheeting on The windows, plugging up shrapnel holes in The walls . . 52 So, were you? So . . Everyone else had The same idea. Then, as blackouts became more common, he started doing bits of electrical repair. And as war was increasingly becoming part of our daily life, Chucri sank what little he’d managed to set aside into The Thing That would regulate our days and nights for years: an electric generator.
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