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|Davies, Paul If I had my way books would not be written in English, but in an |
exceedingly difficult secret language that only ... I heard his library burned down
and both books were destroyed -- and one of them hadn't even been colored in
|"X Majesty x something x X should value even x highly," x Holmes. "X x but x |
name x. ... The End. "I heard his library burned down and both books were
destroyed -- and one of them hadn't even been colored in yet." John Dawkins
Part IV, ...
|But consider the following quotation attributed to one politician when speaking |
about another: "I heard his library burned down and that both books were
destroyed — and one of them hadn't even been colored in yet."1 That statement
is both ...
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National Child Abuse Prevention Month ... heard his library burned down and
both books were destroyed— and one of them hadn't even been colored in yet.
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groups, and there is a mercifully small and ... 'I heard his library burned down and
that both books were destroyed — and one of them hadn't even been coloured in
|We called him the miscr because his wife always dressed in calico, and his |
children wcnt barefootcd in summer. ... “we are getting up a library, as you have
no doubt heard, and called to see if you had not a book or two that you would be
... "Them's all," said Dolly, dashing down the window and taming the button. ...
Where was I! 0, you see they'd never known the bear'd been there if they hadn't
missed their beans. ... We Were all as much in ignorance as ever. ... “Now fire
away at them!
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colored metll top, Polllhed Colored Rhcll, ... Even nclnnllntl buy the Wizard Tops
to windy the defiance of the law of gravity. send for one or both today to ovoid
Ohrlltmu rush. ... the book-lined library, meaning to sit ldown there with a pipe
and think these ' terrible things out--if, indeed, they were I ... She hadn't seen or
heard me as I stood in the shadows of the doorway, and I didn't speak. but stood
watching with, ...
|No “in. lot a limited. book like it to be bad at the t m , send one copy 0 v . u'miwml |
pm CM price. ... did not try to look up, but sat there limp, as if all his strength and
resistance had been beaten out of him. “You heard?” asked Archer from the door.
|His job is to destroy the most illegal of commodities, the printed book, along with the houses in which they are hidden.|
|He's probably got a grenade between his teeth. Did you hear the one about the |
Irishman whose library was burned down? Both books were destroyed. And
worse still, one of them hadn't even been coloured in. Belfast City Hall was