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Pinford station is less than fourteen miles from Euston square; and that comparatively little-known stretch of field and wood of which Pinford Hill is the centre is but a mile ...Article : 3,374 words
A man recently undertook to ascertain the age" of a shark by examining his teeth. The next morning the papers gave the man's age to the very day. ...Article : 1,014 words
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Tammas walked home with the minister after service on a Sunday, and the latter complained of exhaustion. "Tired out, eh ?" said Tammas. " Yes," sighed the reverend, ...Article : 66 words
Miss Freshly—"What are these men working so hard at, papa?" Mr. F.—"They are weighing the anchor, my dear." ...Article : 70 words
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