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  • She took out of a red bag a something red, which she planted a-middlemost the chamber, and it became a stream, running like the sea; after which she took a handful of barley and strewing it on the ground, watered it with water from the river; whereupon it became wheat in the ear, and she gathered it and ground it into flour.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • With them all safely down on the beach, I’ll be free to nip into a bathing hut — I must leave the towel with the red bag there — strip off the black bathing things, dab on a lot of make-up, fluff out my red hair and dash down to the beach all gay and Loulified.

    Tour de Force


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