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It seem to be constantly filled with people who had minor ailments which I don't mind treating, big attitudes, and a predelection for abusing the resident staff.
I too like doing the space art, just the predelection for digital is pretty amazing now, it has it's own properties and, I have been exploring painting.
But there is sometimes an eminence of character on which society have such peculiar claims as to controul the predelection of the individual for a particular walk of happiness, & restrain him to that alone arising from the present & future benedictions of mankind.
He has a predelection for any sharp object, falling headfirst onto the floor, scurrying away when it's feeding time, screaming when it's bedtime (but only for 2 hours) and poking eyes out.
sexual inappropriateness knows no sexual predelection, friend!
Lady Tillotson knew not how to endure a society for which she conceived a sincere antipathy, nor could she reconcile Sir Henry’s fine qualities with the predelection he shewed for a fellow so truly his opposite.