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  • But Mary and Bill wanted mountain-climbing, and had already yawned their way in Dallas’s wake through the English cathedrals; and May, always fair to her children, had insisted on holding the balance evenly between their athletic and artistic proclivities.

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  • She has a proclivity for exaggeration.
  • Their natural proclivity is to spend rather than to save.

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