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 Even Shakespeare refers to "the good boy in Virgo's lap."
'Aglaia'; ” don't forget; and be a good boy for the future.
The kid — — my son, my good boy — — didn’t have much longer left; he might as well get out there and fly the InfoBahn while he could.
"He's been such a good boy till now," said Mrs. Sterling, "but, of course, his father and I feel anxious.
"Aunty," he said, "you must pray for me; I may be a good boy one of these days, who knows?"
Der liddle brudders an 'sisters go to school, vear good clothes, haf better pread an' meat; der mudder lif fat, dere iss joy in der eye, an 'she iss proud of her good boy Joe.