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3. Hands

The small girl bounced along the pavement, holding her father’s hand and incessantly babbling a monologue on the subject of sweets. The latter was a forceful expression of her preferences for¬†“spongey” sweets with the only¬†deviation being a disapprobation of her … Continue reading

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