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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."

    Frivolous Cupid

  • 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.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • “Must be nice to be such an open book,” he said as they neared the moontree.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • 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.

    One of a Kind

  • Maybe Aloha Jedi can be nice to Crazie Kazie for a couple of days, Avery thought.

    Beacon Street Girls: Ready! Set! Hawaii!

  • "It would be nice if all Angira could be this way."

    Shadow Lord

  • 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.

    Your Disgusting Head

  • “Must be nice to have a day off work,” Dean Neuhaus said.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • 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.

    Morgan’s Run

  • 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.

    Kitchen Privileges


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