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“Different breakdowns in graphomotor function can dishearten your otherwise highly competent child, rendering him underproductive when it comes to homework completion, test taking, and all written output in general.”
“Judaism and Christianity have strict moral codes when it comes to sex, but when Walsch asks, “Is sex okay?” his “God” sounds a lot more like Alfred Kinsey:”
“Oh, you macho guys always get so weirded out when it comes to your poop-pinchers.”
“But it can also be a particularly embarrassing business, especially when it comes to writing your sexual wish list for your partner or putting him straight on that weird toe-sucking thing he thinks you love but actually makes your skin crawl.”
“I use the term lightly when it comes to Daniel, Noelle clarified, munching on some greens.”
“Will microactions help me let go of control when it comes to the big issues in life?”
“Yet, when it comes to communication between the sexes, why does it feel like were still at the Me Tarzan, you Jane stage?”
“The Geralds of our world are prodigies when it comes to creating praiseworthyspatial products.”
“DICKINSON - Zo Curtis isn't a weather forecaster by profession, but when it comes to Saturday, this Holy Trinity Episcopal Church member does have a precise prediction she would like to extend.”
“Oh, Parson Tanner is a right good exhorter, no doubt; but when it comes to paying him anything, let someone else do it.”
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