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I dread extremely finding myself there surrounded with strangers, and shall be thankful when the plunge is once over.
He was really remorseful that he had taken the plunge into a world that he fought so hard to stay away from—a world that he saw every single day as a kid in the drug-infested jungles of Herman Gardens.
It irrigates a score of mountain meadows before it makes the plunge and is clarified to crystal clearness in the next few rugged miles; and at the plunge from the highlands it generates half the power and all the lighting used on the ranch.
We decided to take the plunge and spend the extra sixteen hundred dollars to have the builder finish the two upstairs bedrooms and bath immediately, but to be economical we decided to paint and wall-paper them ourselves.
So sudden and unexpected was the plunge that it would have thrown me prone, had not my conger-like activity kept me on my feet, and then steadying myself against another plunge, I said: