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  • I recollect also that in our frequent visits to Mr.J. Fenimore Cooper's, in the Rue St. Dominique, these subjects, so interesting to Americans, were often introduced, and that Morse seemed to harp on them, constantly referring to Franklin and Lord Bacon.

    Letters and Journals 01

  • Okay, we harp on this point, but safe towing depends on working within the weight limitations of your tow vehicle-trailer combination.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • She touched Ginny’s shoulder and in her opera-singer’s voice said, “Dear, you mustn’t harp on this,” before hurrying off.

    Strangers at the Feast


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