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“Miss Liston and I were very good friends, and my cousin Dora Polton thought, as she informed me, that it would be nice for me to have someone I could talk to about "books and so on.”
“Newmark in response felt the same sort of empirical hankering as Tom Lovejoy: It would be nice to get some data on the relationship between insularization and ecological change.”
““Must be nice to be such an open book,” he said as they neared the moontree.”
“An earlier all-in move by Strzemp had prompted Bob Walker, the victim of the raise, to comment that it must be nice to have a job.”
“Maybe Aloha Jedi can be nice to Crazie Kazie for a couple of days, Avery thought.”
“It would be nice if all Angira could be this way.”
“I, Dr. Doris Haggis-On-Whey, found a picture of Teresa in my attic, and thought it would be nice to include her in this book, though she has no scientific value whatsoever.”
““Must be nice to have a day off work,” Dean Neuhaus said.”
“It would be nice to have a friend or two, but of Betty and Mary she knew nothing, and Annie had indeed gone to the Lucases.”
“It would be nice to say that our departing roomer never forgot the kindness and returned the gift a thousandfold, but unfortunately that was not the case.”
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