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“Robert Stanfield is a man who, I always felt, would have been an outstanding Prime Minister of Canada.”
“Robert Stanfield is turning into a tongue-tied Willy Loman who has lost his territory.”
“So, if the wheel of fortune turns and Robert Stanfield is called upon to serve his country, there can be no doubt that his training, his intelligence, but most important of all -- his integrity and his humanity, will bring to this high office a man well suited to serve.”
“I hope we won't have to answer charges that Stanfield is going to pay everybody an income and that I am ladling out the free stuff.”
“Old friends were failing, such as Stanfield, Lewis, and Roberts: but new men were growing up, among whom Ruskin welcomed G.D. Leslie, F. Goodall, J.C. Hook, -- who had come out of his "Pre-Raphaelite measles" into the healthy naturalism of "Luff Boy!”
“Old friends were failing, such as Stanfield, Lewis, and Roberts: but new men were growing up, among whom Ruskin welcomed G.D. Leslie, F. Goodall, J.C. Hook, ” who had come out of his “Pre-Raphaelite measles” into the healthy naturalism of “Luff Boy!” ””
““What makes the most sense to me, I think, is that we approach Aly Stanfield about this, since her mother is the president of practically every organization in school.””
““Well, I was told I was replacing Mara Stanfield when she had to drop out because of the conflict with Aly being nominated.””
“Mara Stanfield, the president of the Daughters of River Heights Association, had a brick with a nasty note thrown through her house window.”
“Aly Stanfield and her mother Mara arrived too, walking up onto stage, finding seats behind Mark Steele, the speaker, who was about to open the ceremony.”
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