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1. "CAPTAIN RAMIREZ: "Ootunondumi rabo Caaguazu." FRANCISCO: "Bokinmaginum sinking." RAMIREZ: "Help."
Author: Ben Macintyre
2. "You're scared now, I can smell it..."Benito Ramirez"
Author: Janet Evanovich
3. "Bloody hell," he gasped. "Harry. There's a *knife* in my leg. When did *that* happen?""In the duel," I told him. "Don't you remember?""I thought you'd stepped on me and sprained my ankle," Ramirez replied. Then he blinked again. "Bloody hell. There's a *knife* in my guts." He peered at them. "And they match."
Author: Jim Butcher
4. "That", I said, "is an awfully lovely woman. I thought I should let you know, kid, in case your inexperience had blinded you to the fact.""Lying," Ramirez stated, blushing. "Evil."
Author: Jim Butcher
5. "It hurts!" bellowed Ramirez drunkenly, flinging a last pair of bolts at a fleeing ghoul. "Ow! Ow, it hurts! It hurts to be this *good*!"
Author: Jim Butcher
6. "Hey, I'm an art lover," protested Ramirez. "I love Thomas Kinkade. Painter of Light, you know what I'm sayin'?"Beverly's smile froze. "Yes, quite."
Author: Linda Morris
7. "Love of Fenway itself may be as much a part of the Sox' 2.6 million annual attendance as Pedro (Martinez), Manny (Ramirez) and Nomar (Garciaparra)"
Author: Michael Gee
8. "Seemingly every year at least one of the league's top sluggers can be found in Boston's lineup—and often times more than one. David Ortiz was second or third in slugging five consecutive seasons from 2003-07. Manny Ramirez was in the top five in slugging six consecutive seasons from 2001-06. Manny and Big Papi were one-two in slugging in 2004, and from 2003-06 Boston's big bats gave the club two of the league's top five sluggers—something no other team in the league could boast."
Author: Tucker Elliot

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Once I saw Graham - wholly unconscious of her proximity - push her with his restless foot. She receded an inch or two. A minute after one little hand stole out from beneath her face, to which it had been pressed, and softly caressed the heedless foot."
Author: Charlotte Brontë

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