in and of themselves, prepositional like the air-brakes on a train, that say out loud, "you stop here." Or occasionally said to themselves as when you are trying to sleep or are sleeping and hiss at sheep, with everything so quiet that you can hear yourself breathe. Or all alone in the world: some ducks flying south.
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