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Cayce, SC -- U.S. city in South Carolina
Population (2000): 12150
Housing Units (2000): 5517
Land area (2000): 10.900981 sq. miles (28.233409 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.358492 sq. miles (0.928490 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 11.259473 sq. miles (29.161899 sq. km)
FIPS code: 12655
Located within: South Carolina (SC), FIPS 45
Location: 33.963203 N, 81.066596 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 29033
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Cayce, SC

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I was at some point introduced to Rashid Nugmanov, a young Kazakh director who had made IGLA (The Needle) with Victor Tsoi, a dramatic feature shot (I believe) in Rashid's hometown of Alma Ata, and in the Aral Sea (or what used to be the Aral Sea -- source of the dead zone Cayce walks through in PATTERN RECOGNITION).

It has one of those stick-on keypads that somehow actually work, something Cayce knows from the cable boxes in the sort of motel where guests might be expected to try to steal them.

Periods were needed, if not exclamation points, in Katherine's view, and Cayce had never felt particularly successful with either.

Stonestreet puts a filter tip between his tidily mobile lips and takes out a box of matches that Cayce assumes were acquired in some restaurant the night before.

She had sought deeper truths by way of Zen, General Semantics, the Bates eyesight exercises, and the readings of Edgar Cayce.

Waiting for the elevator, Cayce edges the ocher nubbiness aside and sees ancient-looking apartment buildings, white spires, and one amazing crenellated orange-and-turquoise bell tower.

Dorotea's slow burn is being accelerated, Cayce suspects, by her perception that Cayce's MA-1 trumps any attempt at minimalism, the Rickson's having been created by Japanese obsessives driven by passions having nothing at all to do with anything remotely like fashion.

She soaks a thick pad of gray paper toweling in the stream from an old brass tap and passes it to Cayce, who presses it against her hot eyes.

Cayce has looked at these sites, but, aside from being incomprehensible, the text, which comes up on non-kanji screens as a frantic-looking slaw of Romanic symbols, reminds her too much of the archaic cartoon convention for swearing.