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Spink had an alarm clock—oh, yes—but it failed to arouse him. So he
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Professor Kabidge has dropped in on the natives of New Guinea to convert
them to vegetarianism,- but reports that he has been so busy since he arrived
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seemed to think it was a joke on him, and Holdy doesn't appreciate jokes
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the first kiss?"
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lie (pessimist): ''No at the beginningr."
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