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She doesnРІР‚в„ўt know where she belongs or even where she is half the time. That is why I am helping. But I am irritated. Tia is taking up too much of the time I usually use to do fun stuff with people who arenРІР‚в„ўt inhibited by mental something or other.Tia is still flopped on the couch, her sticky hair matted to her anguished face.РІР‚СљCome back!РІР‚Сњ she shrieks, ruining half the cells in my left ear.
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Town of Belmont, New Hampshire: Annual Report Volume 1898
Author: Belmont Belmont
Pages: 48 pages
Edition Language: English
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