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  • Somel of us asked and hoped for a clarifying update, when it was found that H/M poll had been conducted some two weeks before it was released, which put its 'tracking' bonafides into question relative to the actual later-in-time ARG poll.

    Poll: Hillary Has A Big Lead In New Hampshire

  • Somel said softly to me, while we watched the symbolic marches.

    Herland

  • Somel and Zava were there, and Ellador, with many others that we knew.

    Herland

  • "And I assure you," Somel added, "that our people want to see you."

    Herland

  • "But surely the most important growth is in mind -- and in the things we make," urged Somel.

    Herland

  • I did not mind seeming foolish to Somel -- she was used to it.

    Herland

  • "Our young women will be glad to meet you," Somel suggested, "to talk with you more personally, if you are willing?"

    Herland

  • "We had, in the very old days, these," said Somel, and sketched with swift sure touches a sort of sheep or llama, "and these" -- dogs, of two or three kinds, "that" -- pointing to my absurd but recognizable horse.

    Herland

  • Jeff said he loved Zava like an aunt -- "only jollier than any aunt I ever saw"; Somel and I were as chummy as could be -- the best of friends; but it was funny to watch Terry and Moadine.

    Herland

  • "We want you to teach us all you can," Somel went on, her firm shapely hands clasped on the table before her, her clear quiet eyes meeting ours frankly.

    Herland

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  • Somel is currently being used as a term to describe a honey spirit or distilled mead. The word derives from Latin meaning "only honey".

    July 2, 2019