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  • …enough for shewing people again how delightfully Mr. Frank Churchill and Miss Woodhouse danced—for doing that in which she need not blush to compare herself with Jane Fairfax—and even for simple dancing itself, without any of the wicked aids of vanity—to assist him first in pacing out the room they were in to see what it could be made to hold—and then in taking the dimensions of the other parlour, in the hope of discovering, in spite of all that Mr. Weston could say of their…

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  • Many people who spread AIDS are unaware that they have HIV.
  • This was thanks to a growing worldwide campaign for treating aids wherever it occurred.
    Tracy Kidder  --  Mountains Beyond Mountains

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