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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • She reads entirely too much—" this to Marilla as the little girls went out—"and I can't prevent her, for her father aids and abets her.
  • You know I never use that except for the minister or the Aids.
  • She probably imagined that she was thinking about the Aids and their missionary box and the new carpet for the vestry room, but under these reflections was a harmonious consciousness of red fields smoking into pale-purply mists in the declining sun, of long, sharp-pointed fir shadows falling over the meadow beyond the brook, of still, crimson-budded maples around a mirrorlike wood pool, of a wakening in the world and a stir of hidden pulses under the gray sod.

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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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