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“He's coming in the morning, and we are going to put in a big day on Catocalae. ”
“The One-Day Potty-Training Party is a fun and very effective process if you properly prepare for the big day and follow all of the steps in the correct order.”
“Everyone was trying on finery in preparation for the big day and relaxing after sweatbaths and a dunk in the cold river.”
“Deedy, yes," laughed Elnora, "and I'm going again first time they have a big day if I stay from school to do it.”
“Centralization by way of the city has had a big day and a long day.”
“You’d best hope that when the big day arrives, old Vern’s got his mind on business, not on the shock-absorber-sized boner in his pocket.”
“He shook his head at the frenzy of it; the intensity seemed to have increased three-or fourfold since his visit with USMC Matt and his crew chief, Red Nichols, a few days earlier, and he saw that dropping by to see them now was all but an impossibility; they were sealed off by crowds and madness as the big day approached.”
“Upon her friend Alicia’s advice, she’d kept the photographic record of her big day for a year after the divorce, but now it was time to do the nasty and ï¬nal deed.”
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