Cormac McCarthy Openings/Closings

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Can you name the Missing words in these opening and closing lines?

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For some time now the ___ had been deserted, white and scorching yet, though the sun was already reddening the western sky. The Orchard Keeper (beginning)
On the lips of the strange race that now dwells there their names are myth, legend, ____.The Orchard Keeper (ending)
She shook him awake into the _____ darkness.Outer Dark (beginning)
Someone should tell a _____ man before setting him out that way.Outer Dark (ending)
They came like a caravan of ________ folk up through the swales of broomstraw, and across the hill in the morning sun, the truck rocking and pitching in the ruts and the musicians Child of God (beginning)
As they went down the valley in the new fell dark basking nighthawks rose from the dust in the road before them with wild wings and ____ red as jewels in the headlights.Child of God (ending)
Dear friend now in the dusty clockless hours of the town...where lightwire shadows make a gothic harp of cellar doors no soul shall walk ____ ___.Suttree (beginning)
___ them.Suttree (ending)
See the ___.Blood Meridian (beginning)
He says that he will _____ ___.Blood Meridian (ending)
Then they all ____ __ againBlood Meridian (epilogue)
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The _________ and the image of the candleflame caught in the pierglass twisted and righted when he entered the hall and again when he shut the door. All the Pretty Horses (beginning)
Passed and _____ into the darkening land, the world to come. All the Pretty Horses (ending)
When they came south out of Grant County Boyd was not much more than a baby and the newly formed county they'd named Hidalgo was itself little older than the _____. The Crossing (beginning)
He sat there for a long time and after a while the right and godmade sun did rise, once again, for all and without ___________.The Crossing (ending)
They stood in the doorway and stomped the rain from their boots and swung their hats and wiped the water from their _____.Cities of the Plain (beginning)
Yes ___.Cities of the Plain (ending)
I sent one boy to the _________ in HunstvilleNo Country For Old Men (beginning)
And then I _____ __.No Country for Old Men (ending)
When he woke in the _____ and in the dark and the cold of the night he'd reach out to touch the child sleeping beside him. The Road (beginning)
In the deep glens where they lived all things were older than ___ and they hummed of mystery.The Road (ending)

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