Page 154. " 'Do you really use a rabbit?' "
Page 155. " WBC 6-8 occ. clump; mucus heavy; leukocytes 2 + "
Page 155. " advancement that has sicne been discontinued, a photograph was taken of her roy cervix "
Page 156. " She had HPV [human papilloma virus, a precursor to genital warts]. "
Page 157. " the surviving Lisbon girls suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder "
Page 157. " There is a high incidence of repetitive suicide in single families "

Lemmings

Page 159. " the spine of Mrs. Eugene's Family Circle "
Page 160. " blood-spotted like tiny Japanese flags "
Page 161. " 'Hip check!' and pinned students "
Page 161. " 'Face-off,' or, 'You're in the penalty box now, Mr. Lisbon' "
Page 161. " he reminded us of Abraham Lincoln "
Page 161. " asked Dini to serve eggnog "
Page 161. " Mr. Jensen spoke about the Rose Bowl "
Page 162. " 'You're a U. of M. man yourself, right?' "
Page 163. " Mounds bars, orange push-ups, rainbow-colored Kool-Pops "
Page 164. " sometimes carried the pillow Uncle Tucker referred to as a 'Dutch wife' because of the way she hugged it "
Page 164. " rickety painful walk of a Biafran "
Page 164. " We didn't know whether it was asceticism or starvation "
Page 165. " if a Charlie Chan movie was on "
Page 165. " we played Kill the Man with the Ball "
Page 166. " dreamed she was back in Bursa cooking grape leaves "
Page 166. " a parade of Indian county names, Washtenaw, Shiawassee, until our own Anglo-Saxon Wayne "
Page 168. " 'What is Colombia like?' "
Page 168. " You are wrong about bandidos "
Page 169. " catalogues from Scott-Shruptine "
Page 169. " gold-tipped Siamese temples "
Page 169. " Orient Express. We got "
Page 169. " We drank tea with them in a water pavilion "
Page 169. " she was a bride in Calcutta "
Page 169. " a red veil and the soles of her feet dyed with henna "
Page 170. " some Rosetta stone that would explain the girls "
Page 170. " the self-examination doctors urge us to make (we've reached that age) "
Page 170. " over the soft bivalvular "
Page 171. " took us downstairs to play Foosball "
Page 171. " room Old Mrs. Karafilis had decorated to resemble Asia Minor "
Page 171. " decorative boxes housed silkworms "
Page 171. " the cinder-block walls "
Page 171. " giving way to chipped Ottoman tombs "
Page 171. " rising in one Technicolor corner "
Page 172. " 'Close the light, dolly mou,' "
Page 172. " Jesus praying at Gethsemane, portentous clouds piling up behind him "
Page 172. " only when Train to Istanbul came on television "
Page 172. " hidden in a cave to escape being killed by the Turks "
Page 173. " Tommy Riggs totaled his parents' Lincoln "
Page 173. " Her sandals were right for wearing to a hammam, some steaming place "
Page 174. " 'Mana!,' which meant something like 'Holy shit!,' "
Page 175. " Count the drunks in Russia or the suicides at Cornell "

midwinter holiday - suicide day

Page 175. " Bianca with her first diaphragm "
Page 175. " clove cigarettes and Salvation Army overcoat "
Page 175. " shoulder muscles show tears in 33 per cent of people choosing bridges "