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Stine

/staɪn/
noun
1.
R(obert) L(awrence). born 1943, US writer, noted for his numerous bestselling horror novels for older children, esp those in the Goosebumps and Fear Street series
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  • But old stine out in the kitchen there, she says she has seen the brownie.

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  • Sprague and stine slipped 'em an even thousand, and they jumped their contract.

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  • Sprague and stine arrived in the midst of this pleasant occupation.

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  • "He's working for me, and I guess he obeys my orders," stine retorted.

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  • Again they turned to go, but Sprague and stine made no movement.

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  • stine retorted in kind, and their two men left them in the thick of a squabble.

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  • They had not gone a hundred yards when they met stine and Sprague coming down.

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  • Compelled to take their turn at the oars, Sprague and stine patently loafed.

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  • stine seconded him, and the several hard-won miles were lost.

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  • Futilely protesting, Sprague and stine were bundled on board.

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