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1. "Ourhunters come from a diversified set of beliefs, but work together toward one goal. And we're the bestat what we do.""But you guys were at the church."Jayden shrugged. "Father Bancroft is an area leader, so the church is our base, but elsewhere itcould be a synagogue, mosque, Buddhist temple. Any holy place will do. We fight demons, not eachother."
Author: AandE Kirk
2. "Random search for data on ... off-chance is hardly scientific. A questionnaire on 'Intellectual Immoralities' was circulated by a well-known institution. 'Intellectual Immorality No. 4' read: 'Generalizing beyond one's data'. [Wilder Dwight] Bancroft asked whether it would not be more correct to word question no. 4 'Not generalizing beyond one's data."
Author: Hans Selye
3. "I had acquired an undeniable mystique - if only to the Bancroft butt-room boys. Don't forget: Miss Frost was an older woman, and that goes a long way with boys - even if the older woman has a penis!"
Author: John Irving
4. "I'm Kristin Ortega, Organic Damage Division. Bancroft was my case."
Author: Richard K. Morgan
5. "What's so ludicrous about Rafael wanting to travel?''He has a life here. He's a Bancroft, for God's sake.''I believe he thinks he's already explored that aspect of his life to death, Quinlan."
Author: Suzanne Enoch

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On moonlight nights the long, straight street and dirty white walls, nowhere darkened by the shadow of a tree, their peace untroubled by footsteps or a dog's bark, glimmered in the pale recession. The silent city was no more than an assemblage of huge, inert cubes, between which only the mute effigies of great men, carapaced in bronze, with their blank stone or metal faces, conjured up a sorry semblance of what the man had been. In lifeless squares and avenues these tawdry idols lorded it under the lowering sky; stolid monsters that might have personified the rule of immobility imposed on us, or, anyhow, its final aspect, that of a defunct city in which plague, stone, and darkness had effectively silenced every voice."
Author: Albert Camus

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