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  • And like him who, having a garden to weed, does not attempt to eradicate all the bad herbs at once, which would exceed his reach and his strength, but works on one of the beds at a time, and, having accomplish’d the first, proceeds to a second, so I should have, I hoped, the encouraging pleasure of seeing on my pages the progress I made in virtue, by clearing successively my lines of their spots, till in the end, by a number of courses, I should be happy in viewing a clean book, after…

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  • Most correctly named August Illea as Dad’s partner in eradicating the rebel forces, and they all knew the history of the Fourth World War.
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  • These pigs are pests—even the government says so—and they need to be eradicated.
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