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  • (Now some people say that little Lucie had been asleep upon the stile—but then how could she have found three clean pocket-handkins and a pinny, pinned with a silver safety-pin?
  • People in Washington like to work out!
  • In Washington, D.C. people do many things in the evening.
  • My friend Miss Bunch, who was governess of a large family that lived in the Piano Nobile of the house inhabited by myself and my young charges (it was the Palazzo Poniatowski at Rome, and Messrs. Spillmann, two of the best pastrycooks in Christendom, have their shop on the ground floor): Miss Bunch, I say, begged me to draw a set of Twelfth-Night characters for the amusement of our young people.
  • Instead, she suggested people use containers they already had, such as shoe boxes.
  • The Slack group messaging system has become an integral part of work life (and even social life) for millions of people.
  • One of the reasons that I love mouth music is that it is a truly representative form of folk song; even the poorest of people can afford to use their own voices, so the songs record the everyday lives of ordinary people.
  • a) make people laugh
  • These people had a little window at the back of their house from which a splendid garden could be seen, which was full of the most beautiful flowers and herbs.
  • Jonathan: (in the studio) "and people all around the world are waiting to hear news about the next president…"

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