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excerpt 19

Red Coeval hominids, as they were know, owing to their deeds, and alienation from the Supreme Being, had sheer control over everything that moved within the autoclavic realm. Within hominid's autoclavic realm, we dwelt cramped like sardines. Except, our canning was made out of cement structures, erected like mushrooms over a full night of rain fall.

An outset of an ambitious housing project of a monolithic architecture designs. Astonishingly, the hominid's constructed grocery stores as well, and few other not so eye captivating infrastructure. Tho' the supply and demand element to those grocery stores, was like the aspen leaves in the breeze.

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