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  • Overall, Ward had 5 recep tions for 123 yards and one touchdown.

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  • I has a happy, mememberin mai weddin recep… resetsh… party.

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  • During the winter the only radiator turned on in our house Victorian terrace, 4 beds, 3 recep to give an idea of size is the one in the bathroom.

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  • Kira knew the shield enhancer and how to install it-she'd done so once while under fire from Cardassians, she could certainly do it in a Starfleet runabout that was much more recep-tive to adaptive components than Bajoran sub-I's.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • Linette, a tall Spanish-looking girl with of curly hair and large doe eyes, was on recep-She had hips like a battleship and small hard tits, put behind a counter was her best hope.

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  • It was “a dignified Georgian house of mellowed Cotswold stone; four recep., six principal bed and dressing rooms, replete with period features.”

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  • But with Mrs Burn she had a better recep - tion, and long into the night the two women talked.

    Legacy

  • The eager acceptance of its ideals and scientific character is witnessed by the stages of recep - tion from the twelfth to the twentieth century.

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  • We want you to persuade the Arundel Club of Baltimore, the most fashionable club in the city, to give a recep - tion to the delegates; and we want you to arrange a college night on the programme -- a great college night, with the best college speakers ever brought together. ''

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  • The modest way in which I propos'd my opinions procur'd them a readier recep tion and less contradiction; I had less mortification when I was found to be in the wrong, and I more easily prevail'd with others to give up their mistakes and join with me when I happened to be in the right.

    The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (1994 Edition)

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