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“The key to its resolution, then, is not to seek to remove all aspects of Peter Pan Syndrome but to add to your personality—to acknowledge that you are older and wiser today than you were yesterday and to add in some of those more mature aspects of your personality that have been lurking in the background.”
“What Waldrop has done is to take all his stories centering around movies and television from his four previous collections, slather them with tasty new introductions, add in a never-before-seen novelette -- "Major Spacer in the 21st Century" -- and serve it up like a tub of hot buttered popcorn.”
“Saeb Erekat, a Palestinian cabinet minister, told a conference held by the Peres Center for Peace in January 2005 that every additional house you add in the settlements prevents a solution of two states for two peoples.”
“Louis had to add in his head the homers the players had hit so far this season to the totals on the cards, which meant that Mickey Mantle had 345 instead of 320, Roger Maris had 136 instead of 109, Yogi Berra had—”
“In the West we may add in the fourth century Gaudentius of Brescia; several small collections of interesting sermons appear in the fifth century; the sixth opens with the numerous collections made by St. Caesarius for the use of preachers.”
“I must add in passing that her son, Thomas Mott Osborne, who is doing such admirable work in prison reform at Sing Sing, has shown himself worthy of the gifted and high-minded mother who gave him to the world.”
“When I am trying to lose weight and detox fast, or just want to kick-start my metabolism and boost my energy level, I do one to three days of the cleansing drinks, along with smoothies and juices; and then, over the next week, I add in small, healthy, slimming mini-meals every three hours.”
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