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“I lika da have near San Le-an; my sister liva dere.”
“Often these are women who have proven themselves able to cope with all sorts of tragedy, but now that they liva alone and have lost every remnant of their lives, fail to see the point in carrying on and, it seems, quite literally, lose the will to live.”
“September 28, 2008 at 2:00 pm its teh goggie he didz it all his falt! keel himz and eet its liva!”
“An anonymous source reports that Michael Richards will appear on The Late Show with David Letterman tonight, liva via satellite.”
“It was by the rarest good fortune that Dr. Traprock was able to secure what is probably the only living specimen now in captivity of the hitherto unknown fatu-liva bird.”
“With amazing buoyancy she lifted herself to a half-seated position on the surface of the water and poured forth the most astounding imitation of the motherhood cry of the _fatu-liva_.”
“The eggs of the _fatu-liva_ are square," said Whinney, and I was silenced.”
“One of their clan, as they supposed, was in dire danger and they functioned as only a _fatu-liva_ can.”
“Whinney was not alone in his scientific discoveries for on the return trip Babai suddenly gave a cry of delight and the next instant had climbed with amazing agility to the top of a towering palm whence she returned bearing a semi-spheric bowl of closely woven grass in which lay four snow-white, polka-dotted cubes, the marvelous square eggs of the _fatu-liva_!”
“Little did I realize that night how much I was to owe to the _fatu-liva_ and her strange maternal gift which saved my life in one of the weirdest adventures that has ever befallen mortal man.”
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