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by LisaS.
Rated: E · Essay · Career · #1979389
A brief essay. I just started the introduction for an essay.
Heights and Valleys:
"The common benefit of air, Although their aged by tyrant's phlegm premits him not to enjoy the dame."
Utopia: Or Apollo's Golden Days by Lewis Henry Younge
Common language indicates the orgin of the latin, where taste of linguisitics is fresh in the air. As season's change and winds blast, age of tyrant brought forth a phlegm with permits the damsel in distress an excuse. An apology to the daughter, Canterbury's tales, such heights of imagination is high for my simplicity. My beliefs are not carnal, yet of zest and ardour passion, and the porous bread satisfies the wicked scheme of men.
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