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Abigail So Billy Smith has won
the race for Nancy Brown?
' Frederic Yes.
Abigail How do you know?
Frederic Well, I heard her tell her
sister that she was on her last lap.
"Now, this typewriter is 'equipped
with all the 'summer attachments,"
"A smaUjjnirror, a miniature clock,
and a thermometer; everything a girl,
has to consult frequently." Louis
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