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  • It was an achievement not unrisky, but we managed to reach the other side without mishap.

    Across China on Foot

  • When an unrisky opportunity offered, one lovely summer day, when we had sounded and buoyed a tangled patch of crossings known as Hell's Half Acre, and were aboard again and he had sneaked the Pennsylvania triumphantly through it without once scraping sand, and the A.T. Lacey had followed in our wake and got stuck, and he was feeling good, I showed it to him.

    Is Shakespeare Dead?

  • When an unrisky opportunity offered, one lovely summer day, when we had sounded and buoyed a tangled patch of crossings known as

    What Is Man? and Other Essays

  • When an unrisky opportunity offered, one lovely summer day, when we had sounded and buoyed a tangled patch of crossings known as

    Is Shakespeare Dead? from my autobiography

  • As we get to fuzzier territory, the singer-previously-known-as the one who gained from poor Joanna Pacitti's loss didn't squander her second chance with a slightly unrisky cover of Alicia Keys '"No One".

    Playback:stl Syndication

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