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Ralph Chatterforth Sep 11
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Present Sep 13
Great Expectations 1946 Final Scene. "I have come back to let in the sunlight!"
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Rosemary Sep 8
Watch "Why ' Wife Left Her 10 Children and the Writer" on YouTube -
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I. Char Sep 14
If there were no bad people, there would be no good lawyers
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Rome Link Sep 13
People fawn upon you in your prosperity w/ the basest meanness approach. Ignore them.
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David Reddick Sep 13
The long suffering Mr. Guppy from my favourite book “.”
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Rome Link Sep 13
People may hate you with cupidity & disappointment, but don't let them put you down.
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Mpiloyakhe Sep 12
I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year. -
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Rome Link Sep 13
Some people are never polite unless there is company.
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Rome Link Sep 13
When you hold a person in contempt, you let the poor soul be disappointed in life.
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Quip🌿Modest 3h
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Sweet Mama Sue☀️ Sep 11
A loving heart is the truest wisdom.🍃💙🍃
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Rome Link Sep 13
If you are less affectionate & sensitive to loved ones, you have iron nerves.
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K. A. Wisniewski Sep 13
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Cheryl Kaye 3h
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WhatFelireads Sep 14
Just went to my new library and got out 10 books (that was showing restraint) and this is the first little beauty on the list
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MDS Resource Sep 9
Marley was dead: to begin with A Christmas Carol
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#Resistance is not futile. Sep 7
"a too general desire to get the utmost possible amount of work out of men instead of a generous wish to give the utmost possible opportunity of improvement. " ~ , ca. 1843 Substitute people for men, and this quote still applies today.
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seyda Sep 7
‘it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. it was the season of light, it was the reason of darkness. it was the spring of hope, it was the winter pf sadness. it was the year 1775.’
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D. L. Croisette Sep 13
Any thoughts on what the other fake titles could have been? And I promise my book, Ruby Red, is not fake. But it is free to read on Wattpad. Link in my bio gets you there.
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