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After spending a night in the airport, Calvin was relieved to see his car.

Bertha could see that Caroline was a chef. She tried not to smile.

Sara had been expecting Melinda for days. She nodded to the computer programmer.

There had never been a drummer quite like Felicia Jones, and she knew it.

Going to the waterfall was a foolhardy idea. Juanita took a bite of her spring-roll.

When Deborah opened the door Mr. Lewis looked up from his work.

It was a rain-swept Saturday night. Paula picked up her stapler as she led the torturer into the pantry.

Robert straightened his clothes.

For as long as Alvin could remember, he'd wanted to be a meteorologist.

Marsha opened the door to the lobby. The silence was overwhelming.

Debbie felt that the mathematician was easily discouraged.

"Time to shine," Kent told himself as he waited in the museum.

Joyce opened the door to the basement. She looked at the time.

Dwayne could not feel anything.

The sound of the alarm made Luis laugh.

Bobby had invited a cheesemaker to his funeral. He knew what to do.

Matthew had never been to the desert. He closed his eyes and took a breath.

Presayv leaned into the wind.

If the swimming coach didn't arrive soon, Clyde didn't know what he would do.

Stanley hoped that everyone was coming to his party.

The firefighter opened the door, and led Marcia inside.

As soon as the grand opening started, Terri raised her hands.

Viola knew that the tiger was scared.

Jaime staggered in the gloom. The walls were slimey.

On Wednesday, Gloria always made babies.

Carlos could see that Frederick was pedantic.

A sense of magic was in the air. Isaac opened the door.

The bird was on the loose. Marsha tried to remain calm.

Joanne was shrinking. She took a long sip of her soda.

Melinda opened the door to the lounge room. Her senses were overwhelmed.

For as long as Kelly could remember, he'd wanted to be a bank robber.

Matthew could see that Angel was an illustrator. He tried not to worry.

When Sam arrived at his funeral, everyone welcomed him.

Todd was behind the wall. He had a can opener in his hand.

When Tara arrived at Christmas, Olga gasped.

After spending a night in handcuffs, Clifton was relieved to see his husband.

When Jeanne opened the door Mrs. Morris looked up from her book.

It was a sad morning. Ramona was in the hair salon.

Vicki was relieved that everyone was coming to her party.

There had never been a webmaster quite like Beverly Stuart, and she knew it.

Elly-May walked into the cell and looked at Hazel. "You make me want to shout," she said.

The attic was the perfect location.

Armando felt that the writer was profound.

Lord Bostden was reading in the bathroom.

Arlene closed her eyes and took a drag on her cigarette.

If the assassin didn't arrive soon, Veronica didn't know what she would do.

Edwin opened the door to the outhouse. He took a sip of his piña colada.

Tracy had come to the North Pole alone. She was here to meet the butcher.

Krisayf waited for the battle to begin.

Pearl cracked open another beer. It was going to be a long evening.

Judy could tell that Vickie was thorough. She opened the door to the office.

The duck was on the loose. Warren pretended not to notice.

Betty had invited a chef to Thanksgiving. She knew what to do.

When wolves began to howl, Jeffery knew it was time to run.

Dan could see that Patrick was winning.

As soon as the party started, Alfredo buttoned up his jacket.

A sense of magic was in the air. Georgia opened the door.

Everett had been waiting for Hector for two hours. He took a bite of his candy-bar.

Franklin put down the ball slowly.

Louise was delighted to be alive.

The smell coming from the wardrobe made Misty hopeful.

For as long as Stella could remember, she'd wanted to be a customs officer.

Miralt Starteller raised her sword.

After spending a night in hell, Enrique was relieved to see his home.

Kristen hoped that the goldfish was cute.

On Sunday, Jay made animal sounds.

It was a long way to the sea. Grace stopped and enjoyed the feeling of power.

When Eileen arrived at her funeral, Maxine cried.

Angela opened the door to the bedroom. She had dreamed of this moment.

Toni was shrinking. She whistled nonchalantly.

Willie was in the temple. He had a croissant in his hand.

Antonio felt that the teacher was interested.

Marsha fumbled in the darkness. The walls were hot to the touch.

It was a cold, moonlit Saturday night. Kathy took a bite of her bread-stick as she led the detective into the cell.

The barn was full of smoke.

Myrtle knew that no one was coming to her grand opening.

Pedro put down his pair of scissors.

The sound of the car horn made Erika hesitant.

Carlos knew that Lloyd was fickle.

Someone had invited a fish to the party. Dwight knew the fun was about to begin.

As soon as the wedding started, Sidney looked at the time.

Ramon had invited a dinosaur to his grand opening. He knew it wouldn't end well.

It was a typical afternoon in the deli. Dan wanted time to stand still.

There had never been a bandit quite like Rafael Lee, and he knew it.

When Shirley opened the door Mr. Freeman looked up from his book.

It was a crisp afternoon. Robin was over the fence.

Phyllis was delighted to be alone.

Christopher had been expecting Edwin for four days. He meditated.

Janet could see that Charlotte was a ninja. She tried not to laugh.

It was a long way to the volcano. Fred stopped and chuckled to himself.

After spending a night in jail, Velma was relieved to see her mother.

If the gravedigger didn't arrive soon, Amy didn't know what she would do.

For as long as John could remember, he'd wanted to be a comedian.

The camel was on the prowl. Keith tried to remain calm.

Drildao leaned into the wind.

Tony was crying. He closed his eyes and took a drag on his cigarette.

Stanley opened the door to the wardrobe. His senses were overwhelmed.

Alex took a sip of his Red Bull. It was going to be a tough evening.

Someone had invited a dog to Christmas. Kristina knew what to do.

A sense of magic was in the air. Cheryl opened the door.

Donald chewed his lip.

Lena opened the door to the garage. She looked at the time.

Leonard was disappointed that everyone was coming to Thanksgiving.

The bright light coming from the outhouse made Erica uneasy.

The stable was deserted.

Terrence could not see anything.

When Amanda arrived at her wedding, Leo welcomed her.

Jason felt that the dentist was lucky.

Tim put down the muffin carefully.

The sound of the seagulls made Jonathan laugh.

It was a hot and humid night. Ramon took a bite of his pickle as he led the linguist into the chapel.

Marion was in the shop. She had a knife in her hand.

The weaver opened the door, and led Minnie inside.

June could see that Margaret was sedentary. She opened the door to the stable.

There had never been a lawyer quite like Brian Wil son, and he knew it.

Scher shielded her eyes against the blast.

Natalie had never been to the peak. She bit her fingernails.

Xilua Deathstorm raised his sword.

Albert was the best dictator around.

Lady Astergarth was in one of her moods.

Ramona had invited a tiger to her wedding. She knew what to do.

Kelly was delighted to be alive.

It was a quiet morning down by the river.

Manuel fumbled in the gloom. The walls were damp.

Ben was drinking. He sucked his teeth.

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"They know it was me," Jeffery told himself as he waited in the shop.

For as long as Sergio could remember, he'd wanted to be a magician.

The sound of the lawnmower made Bryan want to cry.

Susan could feel her life slipping away.

After spending a night on the street, Derrick was relieved to see his father.

It was a misty evening. Laura was at the concert.

Allen wiped the sweat from his brow. It was going to be a long day.

On Sunday, Steven made believe.

The music coming from the lounge room made Zachary hopeful.

It was a typical evening in the office. Vincent bit his fingernails.

When Agnes opened the door Mrs. Miller looked up from her book.

When Brenda arrived at her funeral, everyone ignored her.

Jourbilur waited for the battle to begin.

Mitchell could see that Travis was experimental.

The poet opened the door, and led Jaime inside.

Loretta hoped that the pickpocket was possessive.

Anita had been expecting Norma for four hours. She ground her teeth.

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The bee was on the loose. Patrick pretended not to notice.

The laundry was ready.

Brad could see that Marvin was trusting. He opened the door to the basement.

There had never been a writer quite like Norman Davis, and he knew it.

Bobbie-Sue opened the door to the barn. She had dreamed of this moment.

Bleuse Hearttaker raised his sword.

The sound of polystyrene scraping made Paul want to cry.

Virgil could tell that Chester was an air traffic controller. He tried not to worry.

Eleanor had never been to the volcano. She laughed to herself.

Alvin could feel his heart beating.

As soon as Christmas started, Tamara buttoned up her jacket.

When rain stopped, Shannon knew it was time to sleep.

Daniel walked into the living room and glanced at Dana. "You make me angry," he said.

If the scientist didn't arrive soon, Grace didn't know what she would do.

"Maybe no one will notice," Monica told herself as she waited in the hospital.

It was a night full of promise. Ramona was at the aquarium.

Reginald put down the kite carefully.

After spending a night trapped in the mine, Kelly was relieved to see his husband.

Timothy had invited a whale to his party. He knew the fun was about to begin.

Danielle had come to the end of the rainbow alone. She was here to meet the painter.

Brandine could see that the lamb was superficial.

Allen was leaving. He smiled knowingly.

It was a long way to the waterfall. Troy stopped and snapped his fingers.

Dan opened the door to the attic. He had dreamed of this moment.

For as long as Betty could remember, she'd wanted to be a guru.

Velma fumbled in the darkness. The walls were damp.

The smoke coming from the laundry made Miguel hopeful.

Mattie opened the door to the living room. She took a sip of her pinot.

Richard was delighted to be free.

Margaret could tell that Christy was delighted. She opened the door to the cloakroom.

It was a foggy autumn morning. Dennis checked his watch as he led the undertaker into the closet.

Tommy knew that Leon was coming to Christmas.

On Sunday, Linda always made it up.

Philip could tell that Wade was a merchant. He tried not to worry.

Someone had invited a kangaroo to Easter. Gladys knew the fun was about to begin.

The kitchen was locked.

Mitchell had been expecting Lloyd for two days. He took a bite of his pickle.

A sense of magic was in the air. Maxine looked at the time.

Sarah walked into the bathroom and looked at Vanessa. "You make me sweat," she said.

It was a quiet morning down by the lake.

The sound of the chickens made Felix laugh.

Byron could feel his heart beating.

Roe shielded his eyes against the blast.

Greg knew that the paramedic was driven.

Dennis had come to Athens alone. He was here to meet the wizard.

When Cody arrived at his party, Roy cried.

The pharmacist opened the door, and led Ron inside.

Jordan was the best janitor bar none.

Warren smiled knowingly.

The duck was on the prowl. Lester panicked.

Casey had invited a shark to his grand opening. He knew the fun was about to begin.

"It has to work," Stephanie told herself as she waited on the porch.

Tria arose from slumber.

Kelly was climbing. He bit his fingernails.

Lord Strathmount was in one of his moods.

For as long as Curtis could remember, he'd wanted to be a guru.

The music coming from the living room made Leona hopeful.

Cheryl opened the door to the attic. She took a long sip of her macchiato.

If the composer didn't arrive soon, Laurie didn't know what she would do.

Going to the cave was a good idea. Vera lit a cigarette.

It was a dull, insipid night. Bradley was in the bath.

It was a long way to the reef. Nathaniel stopped and questioned his decision.

Connie fumbled in the gloom. The walls were rough.

Wyniun Stonetaker raised her fist.

There had never been a manager quite like Seth Thomp son, and he knew it.

Penny opened the door to the wardrobe. The silence was overwhelming.

Love was in the air. Maureen looked at the time.

Bobbie knew that the wizard was forgetful.

When rain began, Warren knew it was time to run.

The sound of the sledgehammer made Raymond want to scream.

When Samantha arrived at her grand opening, everyone laughed at her.

Francisco gripped his banana. It was going to be a fantastic night.

Georgia had come to Santa's workshop prepared. She was here to meet the clown.

Sergio sucked his teeth.

It was a warm Sunday morning. Darryl took a sip of his Bud Light as he led the beekeeper into the lounge room.

Danielle was suprised to be free.

Ernest walked into the wine cellar and glanced at Katherine. "You make me sweat," he said.

Someone had invited a sheep to the wedding. Jimmy knew it wouldn't end well.

Ella knew that the wolf was trustworthy.

Tanya could not see anything.

Cory had never been to the forest. He checked his watch.

After spending a night in hospital, Diana was relieved to see her father.

Mattie was up the chimney. She had an egg nog in her hand.

It was a bitter, endless May night. Hugh was in the bushes.

Jennifer was painting. She shrugged.

As soon as Christmas started, Paul put down his stapler.

Erik fumbled in the gloom. The walls were crumbling.

The whale had escaped. Kelly knew exactly what to do.

Irene had been expecting Sara for two days. She enjoyed the feeling of power.

If the juggler didn't arrive soon, Allan didn't know what he would do.

Ricardo opened the door to the guest room. He straightened his clothes.

Lord Pontshore was sitting in the office.

Ghob waited for the battle to begin.

Marlene was angry that Penny was coming to her funeral.

Bernice went over the plan.

It was a typical evening in Spain. Greg took a bite of his chicken wing.

The sound of the sledgehammer made Mike hesitant.

It was a long way to the lake. Marilyn stopped and checked her phone.

On Monday, Rick always made a show.

When Tyler opened the door Mrs. Baker looked up from her book.

Kegienia shielded her eyes against the sun.

Gabriel could see that Johnny was impudent.

When Richard arrived at Christmas, everyone cried.

Debbie opened the door to the basement. The stench was overwhelming.

Someone had invited a dolphin to the party. Hugh knew what to do.

Don could see that Tyrone was disorderly. He opened the door to the guest room.

It was a magical April evening. Keith was at the bus stop.

Kyle could see that the chicken was funny.

Going to the bay was a great idea. Herman chewed his lip.

There had never been a pickpocket quite like Milton Hall, and he knew it.

Love was in the air. Edgar opened the door.

Sherri could see that Heather was an interior designer. She tried not to worry.

Billie had invited an octopus to her funeral. She knew the fun was about to begin.

As soon as the party started, Randall took a sip of his wine.

Mary was suprised to be free.

When rain began, Carla knew it was time to find shelter.

"Dare to dream," Kevin told himself as he waited behind the bikeshed.

Curtis staggered in the gloom. The walls were rough.

Richard was in the bushes. He had a whiskey in his hand.

Benjamin had been waiting for Seth for three days. He tried to hide.

Kirk took a bite of his spring-roll.

After spending a night under a bridge, Brad was relieved to see his husband.

Josephine walked into the library and glanced at Ana. "You make me eat," she said.

Tracey was glad that everyone was coming to Easter.

Janet was the best guitarist who ever lived.

Troy took a long sip of his chocolate milk. It was going to be a momentous evening.

When Walter arrived at Thanksgiving, Jo-Ellen welcomed him.

The sound of the lawnmower made Bill want to cry.

The bright light coming from the barn made Johnnie hopeful.

Lloyd put down the doll nervously.

Becky opened the door to the walk-in freezer. She smiled knowingly.

It was a long way to the forest. Armando stopped and lit a cigarette.

It was a typical evening in Japan. Jimmie took a bite of his bagel.

Deborah could tell that Edith was contradictory. She opened the door to the guest room.

When Erik arrived at his funeral, everyone stared in disbelief.

Pedro had never been to the mountain. He swallowed nervously.

Mary-Lou could see that Rosemary was weird.

Neit shielded his eyes against the sun.

Amber knew that the yak was stubborn.

It was a tumultuous December morning. Eleanor was at the butcher.

If the animal trainer didn't arrive soon, Carol didn't know what she would do.

Floyd had come to Spain prepared. He was here to meet the interpreter.

Raymond had invited a tiger to Christmas. He knew what to do.

Billy could feel his life slipping away.

Audrey staggered in the darkness. The walls were crumbling.

As soon as the grand opening started, Jeremy checked his watch.

Annette was delighted to be alive.

Georgia could not see anything.

When the sun rose, Bernice knew it was time to sleep.

Randall was praying. He knew it was too late.

When Mathew opened the door Mr. Coleman looked up from his work.

Clayton walked into the kitchen and glanced at Francisco. "You make me cry," he said.

Going to the cave was a bad idea. Linda rubbed her hands together.

When Willard arrived at Thanksgiving, everyone stared in disbelief.

The sound of the coffee grinder made Cody laugh.

Judith was at the bus stop. She had a hairbrush in her hand.

Mary took a bite of her spring-roll.

The attic was covered in blood.

After spending a night under a bridge, Ben was relieved to see his boss.

Clinton was the best DJ who ever lived.

Melissa put down the apple nervously.

Elly-May opened the door to the living room. The smell was overwhelming.

When Brent arrived at his party, Hazel laughed at him.

Rodney could tell that Todd was freethinking. He opened the door to the guest room.

Chris knew that the panda was benevolent.

Julio was glad that no one was coming to Easter.

"Patience is a virtue," Cheryl told herself as she waited in the hair salon.

Terry had been waiting for Freddie for hours. He took a bite of his croissant.

The tortoise had escaped. Regina panicked.

There had never been a yak herder quite like Lucille Allen, and she knew it.

Jiurinal shielded her eyes against the light.

A sense of mystery was in the air. Terrence waited.

Quuorga Feargrief raised his axe.

Daryl opened the door to the dining room. He smiled knowingly.

Allan had invited a dogcatcher to his grand opening. He knew it wouldn't end well.

Doris could feel her heart beating.

When Harold arrived at his funeral, Clarence fainted.

When the moon came up, Kristina knew it was time to find shelter.

Connie was suprised to be alive.

When Felicia opened the door Mrs. Jami son looked up from her work.

Frederick took a sip of his beer. It was going to be a momentous day.

Going to the creek was a good idea. Brittany laughed to herself.

For as long as Robin could remember, she'd wanted to be a burglar.

Peter could see that the tortoise was ignorant.

It started like any other afternoon in the pub. Dianne checked her reflection.

Earl could not see anything.

It was a dark and stormy September morning. Carl was in the pantry.

As soon as the party started, Marcia nodded to the dogcatcher.

Jimmie was the best teacher who ever lived.

It was a long way to the planet. Mattie stopped and took a bite of her bagel.

Seth fumbled in the darkness. The walls were rough.

Ross snapped his fingers.

Linda was looking. She lit a cigarette.

Someone had invited an elephant to the funeral. Darlene knew the fun was about to begin.

On Monday, Calvin made mistakes.

Steven had invited a pony to his grand opening. He knew it wouldn't end well.

Snailyn leaned into the wind.

Adam opened the door to the guest room. He had dreamed of this moment.

The chauffeur opened the door, and led Kirk inside.

Glen was worried that no one was coming to his wedding.

"Time to shine," Harvey told himself as he waited at the travel agent.

Leo had been waiting for Jesse for four days. He took a bite of his bread-stick.

Jerry could see that William was a monk. He tried not to feel intimidated.

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Wayne was delighted to be alive.

The sound of the lawnmower made Catherine want to cry.

Beirdeiral shielded his eyes against the sun.

Fariel Mindcup raised her axe.

It was a typical morning in the football stadium. Billy-Bob scratched his hand.

Zachary could see that Raymond was frustrated. He opened the door to the garage.

Joy knew that the whale was sloppy.

Going to the woods was a nice idea. Oscar buttoned up his jacket.

The smoke coming from the cell made Diana uneasy.

When Harry opened the door Mrs. King looked up from her work.

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Lady Ravensbury was reading in the lobby.

Mary had never been to the desert. She chewed her lip.

When the moon came up, Marian knew it was time to run.

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Chad could see that the violinist was impudent.

The yak was on the loose. Darlene knew exactly what to do.

Glenda put down the ukulele slowly.

Choar waited for the battle to begin.

If the garbage collector didn't arrive soon, Carl didn't know what he would do.

Brandy had come to Johannesburg alone. She was here to meet the courier.

After spending a night on the street, Tanya was relieved to see her boss.

On Tuesday, Alfredo made it happen.

The burglar opened the door, and led Lee inside.

Eric opened the door to the control room. The smell was surprisingly pleasant.

The wardrobe was dark and oddly quiet.

"It has to work," Gene told himself as he waited in the pantry.

Melanie had invited a goatherd to her party. She knew it wouldn't end well.

It was a long way to the desert. Edwin stopped and looked at the time.

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For as long as Albert could remember, he'd wanted to be a spelunker.

Claude whistled nonchalantly. It was going to be a tough day.

Willie opened the door to the cell. She took a long sip of her merlot.

It was a dull, insipid November morning. Erika was under the bridge.

It was a quiet afternoon down by the river.

Yeseu Hopedragon raised her axe.

Viola was in the hospital. She had a key in her hand.

It was a dark and stormy morning. Paul picked up his phone as he led the fortune-teller into the walk-in freezer.

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Tracy was the best spy around.

Someone had invited a pig to Thanksgiving. Justin knew it wouldn't end well.

Peter was worried that no one was coming to his wedding.

It was a typical night in the casino. Mary-Lou chewed her lip.

Rose could tell that Allison was a yak herder. She tried not to feel intimidated.

Geraldine could see that the archer was loving.

The smell coming from the lounge room made Jennie hopeful.

When Ken opened the door Mr. Powell looked up from his book.

When Tanya arrived at her party, Amanda welcomed her.

The otter was on the prowl. Javier tried to remain calm.

Harold put down the ball carefully.

Christy walked into the walk-in freezer and glanced at Joe. "You make me giggle," she said.

The sound of the chainsaw made Martha laugh.

Harry opened the door to the classroom. He had dreamed of this moment.

Valia leaned into the wind.

As soon as the grand opening started, Edna chewed some gum.

The mechanic opened the door, and led Karen inside.

On Saturday, Anthony made breakfast.

Tina hoped that Betty was narrow-minded.

"This is crazy," Dwight told himself as he waited outside the window.

Freddie opened the door to the attic. He closed his eyes and took a breath.

Phillip was the best cheesemaker who ever lived.

Lucille had come to Moscow alone. She was here to meet the cartoonist.

For as long as Roy could remember, he'd wanted to be a sculptor.

It was a sad August morning. Roberta was in the food court.

Leona had been expecting Julia for four hours. She checked her watch.

Going to the river was a nice idea. Wilma shuddered in anticipation.

After spending a night on a plane, Scott was relieved to see his husband.

Oscar had never been to the volcano. He took a long sip of his tropical juice.

When Lucy arrived at Easter, Joseph embraced her.

Olaloa shielded his eyes against the sun.

Enio Sinbile raised her sword.

Christopher hoped that the bricklayer was unprincipled.

Lady Pamela was in one of her moods.

Manuel could tell that Tim was a ventriloquist. He tried not to feel intimidated.

The smell coming from the garage made Dora uneasy.

Clyde was delighted to be free.

It was a long way to the river. Agnes stopped and took a bite of her carrot.

The crocodile was on the loose. Cody tried to remain calm.

It was a tumultuous spring night. Esther rubbed her hands together as she led the shoemaker into the armory.

There had never been a doctor quite like Lois White, and she knew it.

Bessie was flying. She enjoyed the feeling of power.

Charlie shrugged.

Gerald opened the door to the barn. He had dreamed of this moment.

Someone had invited a crab to the party. Anita knew it wouldn't end well.

Gwendolyn could see that Renee was obvious.

When rain stopped, Darrell knew it was time to run.

James was relieved that everyone was coming to Easter.

The waiting room was deserted.

It was a chilly Monday evening. Nicole was outside the window.

Cathy put down the umbrella slowly.

Doris had invited a pickpocket to her wedding. She knew what to do.

Megan was on the porch. She had a can opener in her hand.

On Thursday, Nelson made chilli.

After spending a night on the street, Donna was relieved to see her car.

Brett fumbled in the darkness. The walls were damp.

Sarah walked into the wardrobe and looked at Ella. "You make me dance," she said.

Cynthia had come to the fairy grotto alone. She was here to meet the gate-keeper.

Jo-Ellen had been expecting Terri for five days. She enjoyed the feeling of anticipation.

As soon as the funeral started, Clayton looked at the time.

Going to the bay was a good idea. Edward chewed his lip.

Edna had never been to the sea. She knew it was too late.

The actor opened the door, and led Louis inside.

If the judge didn't arrive soon, Josephine didn't know what she would do.

Joy could tell that Denise was a juggler. She tried not to laugh.

Gabriel could see that the horse was driven.

When Toni arrived at her wedding, Sally gasped.

When Rebecca arrived at Christmas, everyone rushed to see her.

Shirley was the best herbalist bar none.

"This is crazy," Bobbie told herself as she waited on the bus.

There had never been an undertaker quite like Donald Hall, and he knew it.

Dean knew that Alfredo was silly.

Madison opened the door to the barn. She took a sip of her egg nog.

It was a hot autumn morning. Joanne was behind the wall.

It was a beautiful October evening. Raul enjoyed the feeling of anticipation as he led the linguist into the laundry.

It was a long way to the beach. Stacey stopped and snapped her fingers.

The koala was on the loose. Ronnie knew exactly what to do.

Heund Timewain raised his fist.

When William opened the door Mr. Green looked up from his book.

Ashley could feel her life slipping away.

When rain began, Brett knew it was time to run.

Peruo waited for the battle to begin.

Going to the mountain was a foolhardy idea. Adam took a bite of his burger.

A sense of magic was in the air. Dwayne smiled knowingly.

Curtis had been waiting for Neil for six days. He swallowed nervously.

For as long as Frank could remember, he'd wanted to be a teacher.

Paernired shielded his eyes against the light.

Tiffany checked her phone. It was going to be a fantastic morning.

As soon as Easter started, Mark scratched his hand.

Diana was suprised to be floating.

It was a quiet afternoon down by the water.

If the juggler didn't arrive soon, Eleanor didn't know what she would do.

Sergio had come to France alone. He was here to meet the bishop.

It was a typical afternoon in the nuclear power-plant. Basil hoped for a miracle.

The photographer opened the door, and led Heidi inside.

After spending a night in handcuffs, Eduardo was relieved to see his car.

Ricardo was at the football stadium. He had a corkscrew in his hand.

Jessica had invited a wolf to Thanksgiving. She knew the fun was about to begin.

It was a glorious night. Jim-Bob took a bite of his kebab as he led the barber into the walk-in freezer.

Rafael felt that the criminal was obsessive.

Lord Langtoft was in one of his moods.

It was a afternoon full of promise. Alfredo was in the shop.

The office was the perfect location.

Karen opened the door to the lobby. She could not believe what she saw.

The sound of the seagulls made Lloyd hesitant.

Leslie could see that Holly was slow. She opened the door to the garage.

When Warren arrived at his funeral, Derek embraced him.

Gabriel was relieved that Shane was coming to Christmas.

There had never been a gravedigger quite like Victoria Miller, and she knew it.

"Just breathe," Ann told herself as she waited on the bus.

Cecil took a sip of his lemonade.

Love was in the air. Leonard smiled knowingly.

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Location

A variety of locations

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Occupations

Jobs and the like.

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Occupation+trait

Jobs with a trait. E.g. "A Happy Farmer".

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Opening Lines

Opening line of a story. For games such as "Typewriter".

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Place Names (invented)

Randomly created place names.

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Proverbs

Proverbs, sayings, and expressions.

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Sins and Virtues

The 7 deadly sins and 7 heavenly virtues.

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Relationships

A relationship between two characters. A common scene starter.

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Similes

Comparison of two things, with an ellipsis. Complete the simile by explaining how the two things are alike.

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Titles

Simple, sometimes weird, story titles.

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Words

Random words.

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