The only other place the treasure may logically be is in northern New Mexico, not far from where Fenn lives today.
And so, logically enough, they screwed it up, and tragically.
logically, it seemed like this must be what was causing their pain.
logically, it could only be one of two things: either you misjudged Obama or you misjudged America.
logically, Lohan must be referring to Smulders as the “unknown,” which is some serious shade.
He had discovered that he hated Novoa, or, rather, that logically he ought to hate him.
All this will be clearly and logically explained by the professors of the academies.
Her tone was not pacific considering that, logically, she must be on the side of the investigators.
If the law is for the one and not for the other, the result is, logically, anarchy.
We start at the very beginning of the story and tell it logically and in detail to the end.