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On this tarmac was a flight of shining airplanes, ready to take off.

Nearly all our bombs fell on the tarmac, and they did hardly any damage at all.

He looked at the two-place sailplane which sat on the tarmac.

Something was squatting on the tarmac close to the petrol tank.

He went out and took the slide-stair down to the tarmac where squad ship 390 waited in standard police readiness.

In his car, which conveyed them from the tarmac to the Embassy, she received all his overtures in the same silence.

Only in the middle of the tarmac, where the remnants of the airplanes blazed, was there any sign of fire.

There were three machines resembling dynamos, placed one at each corner of the tarmac, equidistant from the central holocaust.

Straight out toward the side of the tarmac it moved jerked downward diagonally, until it rested only a few feet above the ground.

Far underneath he saw the clearing, and two airplanes on the tarmac, the aviators looking like beetles from that height.

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