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180At the top of the next page Yeats wrote, When through the wind thy sweet name ?
The one at the top of the next page I took from where Rube and I stood; the building you see there is pale yellow brick handsomely trimmed in chocolate-colored stone, and as one of my later shots shows, each of its eight stories is just twice as high as the stories of the modern apartment house beside it.
He looked at the list of first words — if he only took the first letters he got … “T-A-R-R-V-I” … he anxiously looked for the next page — the first word was “look” — it meant Tarr Village!
I prefer to make so-called “whole” juice over conventionally extracted juices see sidebar “Kat’s Beauty Detox Elixer” on the next page to learn more about whole juice.
On the next page after the Seething Death, near the back of the book, he found “The Transporting Tapestry.”