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Robert B. Repenning
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Hurry Cane
Janet Muirhead Hill
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The Office's Unspoken Saga
Richard Scorpio
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A husband and his wife
Roberto Suárez Torres
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Avoid That Bait
Chris Commodore
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Born Free
William Badinszky
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Changing Seasons
Cristine Faiello
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Completion
William Badinszky
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Dark Embrace
Alexander Rosenkrantz
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DNR for Two
Muzz
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Entrusted
Melissa Guthery
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Falling Into Place
William Badinszky
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God Needs Antonio
George Eliot
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Hertha
Algernon Charles Swinburne
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If We Do Not Stare, We May Yet See
Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Incandescent Muse
S. L. DEPTA
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Knowledge
James Allen
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Marionette
Debra Osborne
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Mere Words
MereWords
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My Hat!
William Henry Ogilvie
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November Evening
Lucy Maud Montgomery
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Relation Cultivation By Arman Hoque
Arman Hoque
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Ruth
Henry Lawson
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The Conflagratory Palingenesis: A Lament for the Phoenix of the Shillong Bar Association
Mawphniang Napoleon
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The Raven Blue
Subrata Ray
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Lewis Carroll wrote: "You are old father William, the young man said..."
A "and your hair has become very white"
B "and your eyes have become less bright"
C "and you seem to have lost your sight"
D "and you're going to die tonight"