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- Of course, this merely begs the further question: of what is 'dignity' comprised?1e — Day 1 - Evening (48% in)
- I had had in the meantime more opportunity to observe the house; it was taller than it was broad, comprising four floors, with ivy covering much of the front right up to the gables.2a — Day 2 - Afternoon (43% in)
- One programme I listen to is called _Twice a Week or More—, which is in fact broadcast three times each week, and basically comprises two persons making humorous comments on a variety of topics raised by readers' letters.3m — Day 3 - Morning (15% in)
- And one has a right, perhaps, to feel a satisfaction those content to serve mediocre employers will never know - the satisfaction of being able to say with some reason that one's efforts, in however modest a way, comprise a contribution to the course of history.3m — Day 3 - Morning (84% in)
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