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NEVER taunt with a past mistake. Never allow a request to be repeated. Let self-abnegation be the habit of both. " I forgot" is never an acceptable excuse. ...Article : 309 words
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HIGHLY important is the part played by eyes and nose in the living drama of a woman a face. A pair of lovely eyes, whether darkest brown or softest gray, go far to atone for a ...Article : 919 words
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