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Back then, it was an elegant-even over-the-top-shopping hall for the townsfolk
come here to buy their produce.
So he resumed interviewing journalists
covered the event.
held the hot pads were more likely to be generous and give the gift certificate to friends.
have thought you could feel bloated and full because of too much lettuce.
Why shouldn't those
lost money in the market get a bail-out, too, he wondered.
Eighty percent of those
been staring at the dollar bills chose to work alone.
Finally, to anyone
accidentally read my speculations.
He was unlucky, but anyone
spent five minutes with a travel guide could have caught him out equally well.
The occasion was grim: a funeral for the comrades
been killed in the government ambush three weeks earlier.
Basil, a dashing and charismatic figure
been groomed to succeed their father as president, died instantly in the crash.
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