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Anne Of Green Gables
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smallpox
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • I thought you were desperately ill with smallpox and everybody deserted you, but I went boldly to your bedside and nursed you back to life; and then I took the smallpox and died and I was buried under those poplar trees in the graveyard and you planted a rosebush by my grave and watered it with your tears; and you never, never forgot the friend of your youth who sacrificed her life for you.
  • I thought you were desperately ill with smallpox and everybody deserted you, but I went boldly to your bedside and nursed you back to life; and then I took the smallpox and died and I was buried under those poplar trees in the graveyard and you planted a rosebush by my grave and watered it with your tears; and you never, never forgot the friend of your youth who sacrificed her life for you.
  • "Oh, Diana, do you suppose that it’s possible you’re really taking the smallpox?

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  • Both George Washington and Abraham Lincoln survived their smallpox infections.
  • The guy is running to Fugazi, the very tail end of "Smallpox Champion."
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