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who claims to have seen the first
robin early in February than to be tlie
one who won't admit he has seen one
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"By the way, who is, or rather was
the god of war?"
"I've forgotten the duffer's name,
but I think it was Ananias."
Special cable from London says
England's annual drink bill is a bil
lion dollars. That's nothing; over
here we lap. up twice as much as that
nearly two billion dollars' worth. '
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