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ponder
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • In bed at night, as I ponder my many sins and exaggerated shortcomings, I get so confused by the sheer amount of things I have to consider that I either laugh or cry, depending on my mood.
  • I can tell by Peter’s face that he ponders things just as deeply as I do.
  • As a result, I’ve never shared my outlook on life or my long-pondered theories with anyone but my diary and, once in a while, Margot.

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