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1. "The gaiaphage. That's the other word they use. 'Gaia,' as in world. 'Phage,' as in a worm or something that eats something up. I'm going to go way out on a limb here and say I don't think something that calls itself a 'world eater' is a good thing."
Author: Michael Grant
2. "I am the gaiaphage."
Author: Michael Grant
3. "And now, at last, gaiaphage and Nemesis stood facing each other."Why didn't you just . . . fade?" Gaia demanded plaintively."You hit me," Nemesis said. It was a little boy's voice coming from Caine's mouth. "And that's not okay."
Author: Michael Grant
4. "Who is it?" Gaia asked.Would she know if he lied? He couldnt hesitate. "I think it's Edilio.""Waht are his powers?""None," Caine said. And thought, Unless you count having courage to stand out there facing the gaiaphage."Then heep moving,Father," Gaia said."He does have a gun.""Do you think I fear a gun?" You should, you arrogant..."No, but I do," Caine said."
Author: Michael Grant

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Equally arresting are British pub names. Other people are content to dub their drinking establishment with pedestrian names like Harry's Bar and the Greenwood Lounge. But a Briton, when he wants to sup ale, must find his way to the Dog and Duck, the Goose and Firkin, the Flying Spoon, or the Spotted Dog. The names of Britain's 70,000 or so pubs cover a broad range, running from the inspired to the improbable, from the deft to the daft. Almost any name will do so long as it is at least faintly absurd, unconnected with the name of the owner, and entirely lacking in any suggestion of drinking, conversing, and enjoying oneself. At a minimum the name should puzzle foreigners-this is a basic requirement of most British institutions-and ideally it should excite long and inconclusive debate, defy all logical explanation, and evoke images that border on the surreal."
Author: Bill Bryson

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