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This tradition had been interrupted by the inrush of the wild libertarianism of the desert.

Each snipping off is of course followed by an inrush of air.

This action, which is quite likely, must have resulted from the inrush of water on the port side.

Then I feel, at first only faintly, something like an inrush of electric fluid.

At the shoulder of the point the wind met them, and the inrush of the ocean.

He choked back the inrush of memories and brushed away a tear.

As he spoke there was a terrifying crash of glass and an inrush of water.

There was an inrush from the street, and then two pistol shots sounded.

But the inrush of violent horror is only tolerated for a moment.

The door opened with an inrush of wind which caused his lamp to flicker.

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