for all to see love

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  • Prowess on the playground also becomes conspicuous as kids display for all to see either their motor awkwardness or the graceful flow of their musculoskeletal systems.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Then, unaccountably, Lugar decided to go ahead with the SFRC meeting that day and push the other nominations through, thus making it plain for all to see that there was a problem in my case.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • This beautiful old door symbolized to us more than anything their gratitude, and it will be forever on display at the George Bush Presidential Library Center in College Station, Texas, for all to see and honor those courageous Americans who died.

    Barbara Bush

  • Easy for all to see Mr. Ralph’s struck down powerful strong by her.”

    Death of a Fool

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