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  • But, what it appears Councilmembers Zine and Ed Reyes are proposing to do is simply impose some type of restrictions based on zoning laws, and here's why: On June 06, 2006 the County lifted a morituorium on Med Marijuana dispensaries and instituted County regulations that was the checkered flag for dispensaries to pop up in every knook and cranny in the City including close to schools and residential homes.

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  • The office of every newspaper and magazine in the city was visited by the knook, and then he went to other cities, until there was not a publication in the land that had not a "new fashion note" in its pages.

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  • So he exercised a charm that drew all the mice from the cellar and placed them upon the hats in the glass case, where they occupied the places the birds had vacated and looked very becoming -- at least, in the eyes of the unworldly knook.

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  • But such was not the case with Popopo, the knook we are speaking of.

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  • So one would suppose that a knook who might gain anything he desired by a simple wish could not be otherwise than happy and contented.

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  • Locks and bolts made no difference to a knook, and he saw as well in darkness as in daylight.

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  • Popopo was a kind-hearted knook, but on witnessing all this misery, caused by his own ignorance of the ways of humans, he straightway wished himself at home, and so left the poor women to recover as best they could.

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  • And they flew to the fields and forests with songs of thanks to the good knook who had rescued them.

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  • The astonished birds at once obeyed, and when they had soared away into the night air the knook closed the door and continued his wandering through the streets.

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  • Then she renewed her sobbing and the knook stole away, feeling a little ashamed to realized that in his love for the birds he had unconsciously wronged one of the earth people and made her unhappy.

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  • a small corner, maybe of a house, often used for breakfast and catnapping.

    They sat in the small knook of the house and read all afternoon.

    September 25, 2009