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Frasi con trey (in inglese)

  1. Trey, of course, knew him.
  2. Hang up the phone Trey.
  3. Trey smiled, shook his head.
  4. You can’t do that Trey.
  5. Trey was entering Dena’s house.

  6. And he rol ed four sixes and a trey.
  7. What’s wrong Trey, it’s going.
  8. Trey! Diondra yelled down the hall.
  9. Try one, Trey said, motioning at it.
  10. Trey was a poser, so far as Ben could tell.
  11. I’m looking for Trey Teepano, I said.
  12. Wynne was standing in the entry holding a trey.
  13. He said he owed Trey Teepano money and—.
  14. Hey Trey, so what’s BFE then? I called.
  15. Trey Teepano had an alibi, he finally said.

  16. Problem, Trey? Runner here, he’s good for it.
  17. He plucked the bread from the trey and tore off a.
  18. They’d liked Ben’s patter, but Trey was spookier.
  19. Hold off, D, Trey said, and leaned against his axe.
  20. Come on, Ben, Trey said, crunching down on the snow.
  21. What’s Trey Teepano got to do with it? I repeated.
  22. Real and he is a different person than what you know Trey.
  23. Trey Teepano, the name that kept coming up but went nowhere.
  24. Which one, Diondra? Trey said, as they came to a stop.
  25. Trey took her hand, opened it, folded the Bowie inside of it.

  26. What’d you buy, Dio? Trey asked, rummaging in the bags.
  27. And then it suddenly dawned on me why Trey had left so suddenly.
  28. I hate those fucking dogs, Trey groaned, pulled to a stop.
  29. Trey, his long slick black hair and chiseled face, was unreadable.
  30. Let’s do it, Trey said, and started to get out of the truck.
  31. Heyyyy, said Trey, his hands shooting up, his eyes going slate.
  32. Wynne slipped silently into Cinder’s cell with another trey of food.
  33. It was then that the door-flap made its wavy warble and Trey walked in.
  34. Give it, Trey said, stuck two in his pocket and unwrapped the third.
  35. You sure this is the guy that got you pregnant, Diondra? Trey said.
  36. Then Ben gets this too, Trey said, and handed him a 10-gauge shotgun.
  37. Wynne took a hunk of bread and a glass of water from the trey and stepped.
  38. I’m saying Trey, he needed money, he was a bookie who needed to be paid.
  39. I got up to look out of the window to see if it was Trey that had raced off.
  40. Then Trey let go, cuffed his jean jacket, and went around to the back of the truck.
  41. I’m serious, Trey, Diondra said, continuing a conversation Ben wasn’t privy to.
  42. I went to Josie and Marco and ranted about how Trey had just run away and left me with this mess.
  43. They said he left with a guy named Trey Teepano, who supposedly mutilated cattle and worshiped the Devil.
  44. Trey kicked his jeans into the center, stood in blue boxers, told Ben that he’d failed to prove himself.
  45. Of course, Trey worked out a few hours a day to metal, pumping and squeezing and cursing, Ben had seen the routine.
  46. It’s like, you believe you have the power of Satan in you, so you have the power of Satan in you, Trey said.
  47. He wants money for his girl …Trey started, but Diondra was giving him quick axes across her throat, no no no.
  48. The things had furry thick waddles and curvy-sharp horns and when Trey pulled to a stop, Ben felt a flurry of nerves.
  49. Trey tightened his shoulder under the man’s hand, seemed about to shrug it off, then stared into the middle distance.
  50. He pulled up the driver’s seat to let Ben out, and Ben stumbled to the ground, missing the step, Trey grabbing hold of him.
  51. The result was a march of leeches down her throat, brown and blue and embarrassing to Ben until he caught Trey staring at them.
  52. Trey raised his blade toward the moon, made a whooping cry, slung his chopper hard underhand and buried it in the animal’s gut.
  53. If that’s what you think happened, if you think Trey Teepano killed our family, you need to testify to that, I interrupted.
  54. He pictured his ears ringing and the air smelling smoky, and Trey and Diondra for once saying nothing as he stood in a field of corpses.
  55. I was surprised at the level of anger that was welling up inside of me, not only towards Dena and Trey but also towards this unborn child.
  56. He wondered how much Runner owed to Trey, why Ben felt like some ransom victim, not that Runner would actually care if he was up for ransom.
  57. Alice phoned as I arrived home to tell me she had heard from an ex-colleague at Luxous that Trey had left the country and was in Asia somewhere.
  58. He had an alibi for the time of the killings: his dad, Greg Teepano, testified Trey was at home with him in Wamego, more than sixty miles away.
  59. Suddenly Diondra and Trey were grabbing his hands, Trey’s grip tight and hot, Diondra’s limp, sticky, as they stood in a circle around their weapons.
  60. Trey was a strutting, tan bundle of knots, and he could probably kill a cow with a machete, and he was probably fucking loony enough to do it for kicks.
  61. Trey rolled up full speed to Diondra’s house, a giant beige box surrounded by a chainlink fence to keep Diondra’s pit bulls from killing the mailman.
  62. He put his head in his hands, could feel Trey and Diondra consulting each other, silently, Trey finally saying, Your dad’s a fucking douchebag, dude.
  63. At this she broke out into a wicked laugh like a witch: Me with them, are you insane? My name is Lune, and this is Trey my husband and we are the Voles.
  64. Lyle was coming with me to Teepano Feed, partly because he wanted to see what Trey Teepano was like, and partly, I think, because he was nervous about the guy.
  65. This meant the office was not very soundproof, which enabled everyone to hear the rantings and ravings of Mr Drake and Trey in their offices on a daily basis.
  66. I noticed Trey walking towards my office and quickly grabbed my pen, stared at the papers in front of me and with great speed, tucked my cellphone under my legs.
  67. Alice was forced to put down the phone as Trey was walking towards her office, but she came to visit me after work to tell me what had happened after our phone call.
  68. He yanked the pants back off and kicked his boxers onto the pile of his old clothes, his hackles going up as Trey and Diondra whispered and giggled in the other room.
  69. All around her mirror were stapled decrepit, dried corsages from dances Ben had not taken her to, they were mostly from this senior back in Hiawatha named Gary that even Trey said was a prick.
  70. And then when he saw Ben hesitate, still sitting in back, his hands on his knees, Trey stuck his head back in the car and smiled that businesslike smile: Don’t worry, dude, you’re with me.
  71. Actually it wasn’t Trey’s place, Trey never said where he lived, but when Trey wasn’t at Diondra’s he most likely was at the Compound, down a long dirt road off Highway 41, surrounded by hedgeapples on both sides, and then came a big brush-hogged clearing, with a warehouse made of a hard, tin material.
  72. He smoked a lot with Trey and Diondra and whoever had pot in that crowd, and sometimes he chipped in a buck or two, but when he pictured a dealer, he pictured someone with slick hair and jewelry, not his dad in the old Royals baseball cap and the cowboy boots with the big heels and the shirts that looked like they were wilting.
  73. Trey immediately shot up, jingling his truck keys—I know where to find him—and suddenly they were out in the cold, tromping through the snow and ice, Diondra demanding Ben’s arm so she wouldn’t fall, Ben thinking, but what if she fell? What if she fell and died, or lost the baby? He’d heard girls at school saying if you ate a lemon a day you’d have a miscarriage, and had thought about sneaking lemon into Diondra’s diet Cokes and then realized that was wrong, to do it without her knowing, but what if she fell? But she didn’t, they were in Trey’s truck with the heater wushing on them, and Ben was in the backseat as always—it was half a backseat, really, only a kid could fit on it, so his knees were smashed sideways to his chest—and when he saw a shriveled pinky of a fry on the seat next to him he popped it in his mouth and instead of looking to see if anyone saw, he just looked for more, which meant he was very stoned and very hungry.

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