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Casears milk maid



Being taught incorrectly
Means retraining
Each end is never same
People often when they
don't know holds on to
those historical ignorances
that substains each situation
we value our purpose from
what we can get from the
Custodial role we play.
The sceince of math

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A poet wrote this of Casear Augustus' milk maid, who was a former prostitute.

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on July 02, 2021

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