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  1. This statement will most likely elicit a.
  2. I felt sure it would elicit an early answer.
  3. He scrutinized Garcia, hoping to elicit some.
  4. Maybe my dreams would elicit some information.
  5. Again, the question failed to elicit a response.

  6. These tentative approaches did not elicit any reply.
  7. She pressed on the wound, groaning to elicit sympathy.
  8. To strongly, surprisingly elicit a response to action that.
  9. What could Jocko possibly have done to elicit that comment.
  10. Act so as to elicit the best in others and thereby in thyself.
  11. But the second thing about my father did elicit sympathy for my.
  12. How many had he kissed to elicit information? I remembered what Dr.
  13. It’s your job as an astrologer to elicit and address their problem.
  14. They will use these numbers to elicit heavier buying or selling from.
  15. When it failed to elicit a response from Garcia, Barclay turned to leave.

  16. Drug-associated cues are a primary trigger for relapse, as they can elicit.
  17. Even being the president’s nephew couldn’t elicit a stay in my execution.
  18. However, the possible involvement of the IL in the ability of stress to elicit.
  19. Speaker, make one more effort to elicit the opinion of the gentleman on this subject.
  20. The resolution, as it now stood, would not elicit the facts material as to this point.
  21. Just like the Versailles Golf Club, Wickland suggested, hoping to elicit a response.
  22. By promoting the contest on Facebook, you are going to elicit more people to take part in it.
  23. What I should’ve done was to try to elicit the support of a couple hundred of the creatures.
  24. His indifference to fire was sufficiently remarkable to elicit a word of remonstrance from Mr.
  25. Mikhail however, was disappointed that his revelation had failed to elicit a passionate response.

  26. But there is nothing staged about the attraction their violent and hate filled recordings elicit.
  27. The computer reported a scream from this room, and when it was unable to elicit a response from.
  28. I see, Feltus said quietly in hopes that would elicit a more thorough response from one of them.
  29. It was hot! Not enough to burn his skin, but enough to elicit smoke and leave a char spot on the floor.
  30. Slowly as if talking in a daze he said, Impossible to elicit so much with just a few minutes of typing.
  31. What was the meaning of this? Why now? What had the Stargazer said to elicit such an unexpected meeting?
  32. Any thing which has a tendency to elicit facts with regard to the climate of a country must be interesting.
  33. He had hoped to elicit from Marian how such huge sums of money could be deposited, apparently from nowhere.
  34. But here’s the good news: it is often possible to elicit the behavior you want through nonfinancial means.
  35. But Jesus was not averse to blatant self-promotion when his false modesty failed to elicit narcissistic supply:.
  36. These aliens have coaxed and manipulated us into this exact position for a reason—maybe to elicit a reaction.
  37. Each would speak, present videotapesof sessions with patients, and then elicit comments, questions, anddiscussions.
  38. She looks up at him, her clearing eyes alight with curiosity and discovery that she can so easily elicit such a noise.
  39. Brooke's failure to elicit a companion's ideas, or from Celia's criticism of a middle-aged scholar's personal appearance.
  40. Annoyed that he would be forced to elicit the information from a suspect, Feltus frowned at his cousin’s lack of details.
  41. After a short overview of the principles of the system, it proceeded to elicit questions from James to which he gave answers.
  42. I need to throw him a test question – something that will elicit an answer indicating if he knows the type of gold I have.
  43. It seemed that Louie liked the sound of his own voice and got a sort of high off the tears and fear that he could elicit from others.
  44. Then when building a dialog or structure chart on the board, attempt to elicit as much of that language as possible from the students.
  45. To elicit constant interest, the narcissist projects on to others a confabulated, fictitious version of himself, known as the False Self.
  46. The only question my father ever asked about Amy was How is Amy?, which was not meant to elicit any answer beyond She’s fine.
  47. But the collective soul matures in reflection and this time saying we're fucked could elicit it's time to act, not time for melancholy.
  48. It exhibits the most portentous palettes on the face of the earth that elicit from tourists the deeply felt sigh I wish I were a painter.
  49. Underwood! he called out, knowing he needed to elicit a response and a reaction to the area of the forest where he saw his mark on a nearby tree.
  50. But if you had nothing to do with his death, Wickland rebutted, hoping to elicit a reaction from them, then no one could fault the committee.
  51. As a child and young woman, Eunice had been able to soothe Rosemary’s rages and to elicit cooperation from her when no one else in the family could.
  52. Helloooooooooooo, mein Capitanes! but even this effervescent greeting combined with gratuitous passport waving still failed to elicit a response.
  53. Still, Marilyn wanted to at least come up with activities that her mother would enjoy, and also some that might elicit some emotional response from her.
  54. When this failed to elicit a response she would wail wordlessly, squatting hunched on the floor, knees clutched to her chest, swaying backwards and forwards.
  55. Additionally, as the models are shared with others in the enterprise for their buy-in, you can elicit their verbatim on what needs better support in the business.
  56. If results are produced by adaptation caused by stress then the most efficient way to elicit change is to fatigue your muscle to the point where they grow stronger.
  57. From what little coherent conversation he’d managed to elicit from the group held within the ship’s hold he’d discovered that none of them were from the plane.
  58. And why were you in the Tower? he continued, slightly eager to elicit a response that would satisfy him and absolve her of any possible involvement in the murder.
  59. Narif is a half-day’s journey from Londal by horseback, but in a carriage it’s three-quarters of a day, because of the bouncing and jouncing that the terrible roads elicit.
  60. There was but one question which would always elicit an answer, whether asked by friend or foe, and that was the one concerning the nature and divinity of his mission on earth.
  61. As he tended to her wounds his mind couldn’t quite wrap around the torture this woman had gone through and he couldn’t help but wonder if she was involved in something elicit.
  62. Authors Wendy Sullivan and Judy Rees wrote Clean Language, a book that is helpful for life coaches to engage in helpful conversations by using metaphor as a way to elicit healing dialog.
  63. As a listener, she had the ability to elicit a conversation without speaking a word, but she did not want to wait for Garcia to finish his tea, and he hadn’t even reached for his cup yet.
  64. Rather than use actual situations or objects that elicit fear, the patient and the therapist prepare a graded list of hierarchy of anxiety provoking scenes associated with the patients’ fears.
  65. However, as you know well, a probe cannot do everything a good field agent like Nancy could do, since it could not interact with people and elicit responses that would answer some of our questions.
  66. Standing outside his wife’s chamber door, and still unable to elicit a response from within, Groat now began to wonder if her reaction might have been sparked by ill news concerning the damned hat.
  67. Sherlock Holmes listened with attention to the long report which I was able to present to him that evening, but it did not elicit that word of curt praise which I had hoped for and should have valued.
  68. Your neighbor? OL smiled, presuming at least that would elicit a positive response, for weren't they neighbors in so many ways, including having lived together in the same apartment housing on 99 Main Street.
  69. Therefore the inaugural production of the Village Theatrical Society shall be that same play which Shakespeare himself crafted to demand the best of his own company and elicit the greatest imagination from his audience.
  70. Though unable to give a complete answer to them, we may show--first, that his views arose naturally out of the circumstances of his age; and secondly, we may elicit the truth as well as the error which is contained in them.
  71. A second question from us failed to elicit any answer at all, save a plaintive bleat from his wife to the effect that her husband was in a very violent temper already, and that she hoped we would do nothing to make it worse.
  72. Where information on an important point is still withheld, the analyst’s experience and skill should lead him to note this defect and make allowance therefor—if, indeed, he may not elicit the facts by proper inquiry and pressure.
  73. I have no doubt that you feel the same way yourself, and that you would not care to stake the whole credit of the Gazette upon this adventure until we can meet the chorus of criticism and scepticism which such articles must of necessity elicit.
  74. Though he was dismayed that his smile and a quick wink did nothing to elicit any indication of approval from the brunette, he had no time for flirting or pleasantries though that was a prospect that he would certainly withhold until a later time.
  75. Up the broad flight of shallow steps, Monsieur the Marquis, flambeau preceded, went from his carriage, sufficiently disturbing the darkness to elicit loud remonstrance from an owl in the roof of the great pile of stable building away among the trees.
  76. By doing this, not only will a competition gain more followers and more interest, it is also going to elicit more people to want to engage in the contest and to post their own submissions, which are going to help you as the business owner in the end.
  77. A faint allusion to the doctrine of reminiscence occurs in the Tenth Book; but Plato's views of education have no more real connection with a previous state of existence than our own; he only proposes to elicit from the mind that which is there already.
  78. On the other hand, introducing agents into a time period and expecting them to feel nothing for the persons around them was totally unrealistic, especially since a minimum of interplay was demanded in order to elicit the historical information that their mission was after.
  79. The name was first used at the trials of the Templars, a medieval order of Crusader Monks who had become very popular with the common folk; they were exempted from taxation and amassed great wealth for themselves, but later were accused, then tortured to elicit confessions of heresy, witchcraft, and other various crimes against the Catholic Church.
  80. If the image of a child is to be used to elicit a sympathetic response in the hearts and minds of potential benefactors, shouldn’t marketers have the decency to use a different urchin each year? Is the girl on the letter Jennifer or Emily; for all we know she might be a child not even related to any of the parties in question even though the photo is passed off as such.
  81. Isabella and he had had an hour's interview, during which he tried to elicit from her some sentiment of proper horror for Heathcliff's advances: but he could make nothing of her evasive replies, and was obliged to close the examination unsatisfactorily; adding, however, a solemn warning, that if she were so insane as to encourage that worthless suitor, it would dissolve all bonds of relationship between herself and him.
  82. Isabella and he had had an hour’s interview, during which he tried to elicit from her some sentiment of proper horror for Heathcliff’s advances: but he could make nothing of her evasive replies, and was obliged to close the examination unsatisfactorily; adding, however, a solemn warning, that if she were so insane as to encourage that worthless suitor, it would dissolve all bonds of relationship between herself and him.
  83. One evening, tired with his experimenting, and not being able to elicit the facts he needed, he left his frogs and rabbits to some repose under their trying and mysterious dispensation of unexplained shocks, and went to finish his evening at the theatre of the Porte Saint Martin, where there was a melodrama which he had already seen several times; attracted, not by the ingenious work of the collaborating authors, but by an actress whose part it was to stab her lover, mistaking him for the evil-designing duke of the piece.
  84. For there might be a poetry which would be the hymn of divine perfection, the harmony of goodness and truth among men: a strain which should renew the youth of the world, and bring back the ages in which the poet was man's only teacher and best friend,--which would find materials in the living present as well as in the romance of the past, and might subdue to the fairest forms of speech and verse the intractable materials of modern civilisation,--which might elicit the simple principles, or, as Plato would have called them, the essential forms, of truth and justice out of the variety of opinion and the complexity of modern society,--which would preserve all the good of each generation and leave the bad unsung,--which should be based not on vain longings or faint imaginings, but on a clear insight into the nature of man.
  1. Giving or eliciting.
  2. Lisa slapped him hard on the shoulder, eliciting a slight wince.
  3. Eliciting the most powerful resources in coachee for outcomes, seeing.
  4. Eliciting states ( see Eliciting States) of possibility in the coachee.
  5. One of the wolves nipped the one which was talking, eliciting a howl of.
  6. The institutions of society will succeed in eliciting and directing the potentialities.
  7. Caressing her hair, her face, eliciting a hint of a smile from the recesses of drowsiness.
  8. Eliciting a collective exclamation an anthropic figure began to coalesce within those clouds.
  9. His hand trails from her hip to between her legs, and he strokes her once, eliciting a shiver.
  10. His warm arms came around her and drew her back against his chest, eliciting a gasp of surprise.
  11. One of the carters called out, his sally eliciting rude laughter and causing the woman to cover her face.
  12. Belle told George and White Feathers the story and what she planned, eliciting both their encouraging consent.
  13. Given that it was perhaps the only way of eliciting some information, he was willing to give it a shot if 293.
  14. His modus operandi is to go for her eyes, eliciting true anger in me as I think of my child going through life blind.
  15. In this system youʼll be lifting heavy and hard and your conditioning workouts will be 100% effort, eliciting a boost in.
  16. Before examining the room I cross-questioned the servants, but only succeeded in eliciting the facts which I have already stated.
  17. Titus couldn’t stop laughing, as she brushed off her rear eliciting another moan of pain and a sharp retort, It’s not funny!.
  18. A single admiring look would be enough, and eliciting it was just the little project he needed to distract him from this matrimonial fiasco.
  19. It would have rankled in me more than it did, if I had not regarded myself as eliciting it by being so set apart for her and assigned to her.
  20. He fired off a couple of shots, eliciting a response of wild gunfire in the air from his men who cheered and eyed the sisters with venomous stares.
  21. WHY WAIT THREE HOURS BEFORE TELLING US ABOUT THE BIRTH? Shouted at once a reporter from the back of the crowd, eliciting a concert of approving grunts.
  22. I would think that premium channels, that the customer pays for separately, could present any subject not eliciting crime, and can be sold separately and not in package channel deals.
  23. Eastern mystical traditions have encouraged listening to low (frequency) tones in chants and bells in temples — thus eliciting and encouraging responses from the right brain, he says.
  24. My eyes descended to the rhinestone-like gems sewn onto her dazzling gown, now eliciting flickers of light, those beams bouncing off the flesh colored material encasing her magnificent body.
  25. There was an interaction between these two poles of emotion, eliciting a strong torque that twisted Ambrosius' upper lip into a sneer, a sneer that was but a veneer of a thoroughly tortured being.
  26. All this is a deception or a provision for eliciting work from the slave; but the slave remains a slave, and the master, who could not live without the slave, is less than ever prepared to free him.
  27. An assistant passed him a saucer or ashtray; he dipped his brush in coloured glaze and without stopping his conversation or looking at the thing, made a quick squiggle, eliciting gasps of adulation from his audience.
  28. Harry had to affirm the observation, he was made well aware of his distinct status nearly from his first days in the Hundred, sometimes favorable, often eliciting some degree of initial jealousy, though soon overcome and banished.
  29. He had gone off the clock after having completed the routine work at the hotel murder scene; however, a comment made earlier in the evening had inspired him to make a trip here in hopes of eliciting some information that could be very valuable to their investigation.
  30. You’ve known him a long time? Though it seemed an overly simplistic question given that both her family and his were prominent and established business figures almost guaranteeing their previous social association, he thought it might assist in eliciting a more comprehensive explanation.
  31. One might converse with them for an indefinite time on the three divisions of their subject without eliciting any proofs of insanity, but directly one inquired what means they proposed to employ in order to bring about the adoption of their plan, they replied that they hoped to do so by reasoning with the others!.
  32. Accepting the last conclusion as genuine, since the account of the man did not fit the other immediate suspects, Feltus nodded with disappointment at not having more information that could serve as clues to the case and looked to Cyril in hopes of eliciting more, even though he doubted there would be anything beneficial to add.
  33. It troubled me that there should have been a lurker on the stairs, on that night of all nights in the year, and I asked the watchman, on the chance of eliciting some hopeful explanation as I handed him a dram at the door, whether he had admitted at his gate any gentleman who had perceptibly been dining out? Yes, he said; at different times of the night, three.
  1. That elicited laughs from all of us.
  2. This elicited an exclamation from the workers.
  3. At best, he elicited nervousness from Congress.
  4. For Stallman, the Vietnam War elicited a complex mixture of.
  5. This variation to Solomon's exclamation elicited a sigh from.
  6. Dropping onto the man’s back with a knee elicited a loud groan.
  7. Charly's further leading questions elicited little more response.
  8. That comment elicited lots of amused cackles among his confederates.
  9. His pitiful condition elicited even more cruelty from his tormenters.
  10. Your astuteness and intellectual acumen have always elicited my admiration.
  11. Bill: This letter from Michael's attorney elicited a monumental WTF from me.
  12. Tulloch asked this, and it elicited a tentative nod of agreement from the Captain.
  13. TTX inactivation of the IL fails to alter reinstatement elicited by a previously.
  14. It appreciated fully the chain of national circumstances which had elicited this.
  15. Thankfully, that elicited a laugh from everyone, and seemed to diffuse the tension.
  16. When the black Rolls Royce pulled up in front of the house Pops elicited a long low.
  17. That afternoon, Thomas asked a question which elicited a long and instructive answer.
  18. Helens, which is a third of the way between the two cities, elicited the following reply—.
  19. Noticing the response her inquiry elicited Sashi was quick to explain, No, not like that;.
  20. A matriarchal slap to the back of the head had elicited a raucous laughter from her older brothers.
  21. The whole family drama that had unfolded in front of our eyes had elicited a lot of gasps in the crowd.
  22. Friday’s departure elicited the same sadness and gratitude, but no scrotum-holding declarations of fidelity.
  23. And although his name elicited a bit of fear and anger now, the fictitious John Black had meant nothing to her in Dr.
  24. The American presidential elections of 2000 and 2004 elicited in the Democratic Party a passion of hate remarkable in its intensity.
  25. The vision elicited a strangely dark, compelling urgency in Jeeter’s chest; terror laced with desire, horror imbued with excitement.
  26. Their drums had fallen silent in the sudden confusion that our presence outside of the wall had elicited within their chain of command.
  27. We must ensure that conventions—and their subsequent elicited actions—produce the least suffering for the greatest number of beings.
  28. Casually, and with complete empathy, he elicited an hour’s worth of background on Jesse’s family and the cancers that had ravaged it.
  29. Another call to Barretson elicited his assurance that Colonel Harrington would sign travel authorizations and a rail requisition for Italy.
  30. What did it mean? After a good many questions I elicited from the waiters that the dinner had been ordered not for five, but for six o'clock.
  31. He raised his head and the sight of his flushed face, his tear filled eyes and his laughing mouth elicited uproarious guffaws from the others.
  32. At any rate Cody asked him a few questions (one of them elicited the brand new name) and found that he was quick, and extravagantly ambitious.
  33. For a moment there was no reply, and Tarzan added a few more ounces of pressure, which elicited a horrified shriek of pain from the great beast.
  34. He must have already seen the tendency to stray, but he had pulled them, the second generation, together and elicited from them a renewed declaration of faith.
  35. When you say enjoy ourselves, did you have those two in mind? Hugh asked with the same look of expectation that Duncan elicited from him all those years ago.
  36. The memories of him and his wife meeting in the small café just beyond the centuries-old oak tree across from city hall still elicited great pain, especially now.
  37. I had it examined by a botanical expert and elicited the information that it was ablossom of the homegrown potato plant purloined from a forcingcase of the model farm.
  38. Defarge, a weak minority, interposed a few words for the memory of the compassionate wife of the Marquis; but only elicited from his own wife a repetition of her last reply.
  39. He felt the memory of being nauseous just as potent as the actual feeling and resisted the urge to be sick by trying to escape the memory he had just elicited from his mind.
  40. Dent here bent over to the pious lady and whispered something in her ear; I suppose, from the answer elicited, it was a reminder that one of the anathematised race was present.
  41. Still we observe in him the remains of the old Socratic doctrine, that true knowledge must be elicited from within, and is to be sought for in ideas, not in particulars of sense.
  42. This shook Robert out of his funk and elicited yelps of frightened but esctatic joy from Michael, who clung to Mom’s legs and watched the water pour by his nose in a wet torrent.
  43. This shook Robert out of his funk and elicited yelps of frightened but ecstatic joy from Michael, who clung to Mom’s legs and watched the water pour by his nose in a wet torrent.
  44. Fred Thompson, the minority counsel and Baker’s right-hand man, began the questioning because Sanders, also a minority staff member, had elicited the information of primary interest.
  45. The sun was beaming brightly and it was a warm fall day for a change that elicited one of Blazin’s favorite expressions, It feels like Indian summer out here today, he said smiling brightly.
  46. Decades after the war, men who had looked into those eyes would be unable to shake the memory of what they saw in them, a wrongness that elicited a twist in the gut, a prickle up the back of the neck.
  47. Nicholas’ letter in which he mentioned Princess Mary had elicited, in her presence, joyous comments from the countess, who saw an intervention of Providence in this meeting of the princess and Nicholas.
  48. The anxiety caused by this despatch in the United States was aggravated by a silence at headquarters until July 3rd, when an urgent demand from the War Department elicited the fact that the city was well invested.
  49. The image of some guerilla operation within the store and with him as the target brought a brief smile to his face; his own wild imagination elicited a faint chuckle at him as he realized how melodramatic such an event would be.
  50. More than one of the London journals treated the matter as an ingenious hoax, until the coroner's inquest upon the unfortunate driver (an inquest which elicited nothing of importance) convinced them of the tragedy of the incident.
  51. It had become a habit for me to notice the spot whenever I was in the park, but now instead of the warm glow the memory once elicited, I felt a lump in my throat and a knot in my stomach from the knowledge that it hadn’t been real.
  52. Though he was not surprised at Higgins’s outburst, which was customary when confronted with a setback in an investigation or the development of unexpected events, Wickland was slightly intrigued by the subject that elicited the fury.
  53. Had her Hail Mary failed? Had the promise she’d elicited earlier in the week meant nothing? The timing hadn’t been awesome, what with today being the morning after Valentine’s Day, but she’d thought surely some of them would show.
  54. This elicited moans and groans from the ranks but these soon quietened down as we were told that the plans had been changed slightly and now it would be the New Zealanders who would be attacking along ‘Fir Tree Spur’ and take Krithia.
  55. This is based on behavioral principle of counter conditioning, which states that a person can overcome maladaptive anxiety elicited by a situation or object by approaching the feared situation in a psychological state that inhibits anxiety.
  56. The discussion has already elicited opinions, which it is well to know exist; and the more so, since some of them admit the holders to vote for the report, while they allow them to be adverse to the measures which are necessarily to follow it.
  57. Correspondence with Charleston friends elicited the further information that his father, a charming old gentleman with an iron will and a ramrod for a backbone, had cast him out without a penny when he was twenty and even stricken his name from the family Bible.
  58. Addendum to the above: Happy as many parents were to provide a higher standard of living for their children (motivated in part by parading affluence), these ―selfless‖ acts seldom elicited an appropriate level of gratitude or appreciation for their self-sacrificing efforts.
  59. Many within nature’s variety seem to have been consigned to this behavioral groove while a lucky few (us?) apparently have learned to rise above it where good behavior elicited an enhanced fitness for all, at puzzlingly, at least the partial, near-term expense of the individual.
  60. The exercises of the primary room, also, elicited much comment on the careful drill that had been bestowed in the endeavor to convey the spirit of study, and not alone the “letter” thereof, although the “Busy Bees” were not far in advance of that fundamental branch of education.
  61. I have proved you in that time by sundry tests: and what have I seen and elicited? In the village school I found you could perform well, punctually, uprightly, labour uncongenial to your habits and inclinations; I saw you could perform it with capacity and tact: you could win while you controlled.
  62. When, as was commonly the case, I had none to commune with, I used to raise the echoes by striking with a paddle on the side of my boat, filling the surrounding woods with circling and dilating sound, stirring them up as the keeper of a menagerie his wild beasts, until I elicited a growl from every wooded vale and hillside.
  63. If a reader has once accepted the coherent biblical theory elicited by allowing the death threatened to Adam to stand for impending extinction, and the life which is conferred in Christ to stand for restored immortality, restricted to men who choose God for their portion, the temptation to deal violently with the mass of biblical language is at once removed.
  64. But my real treasure is not that, my dear friend, which awaits me beneath the sombre rocks of Monte Cristo, it is your presence, our living together five or six hours a day, in spite of our jailers; it is the rays of intelligence you have elicited from my brain, the languages you have implanted in my memory, and which have taken root there with all their philological ramifications.
  1. A puzzle that elicits.
  2. Hearing Breidbart's anecdote retold elicits a wry smile from.
  3. The question of identity is one which elicits wide, wordy and largely useless response.
  4. I show my teeth to Diedie and make a grumbling sound that elicits a wavering smile from her.
  5. It is important that the fight take place between those directly involved and that neither party elicits the help of friends or family.
  6. Mart, it isn’t different at all! That is why we wil choose a cardio method that elicits the same hormonal response as weight training, HIIT!.
  7. In systematic desensitization, the patient attains a state of complete relaxation and is then exposed to stimulus that elicits the anxiety response.
  8. When you are occupied with something that is interesting to you and elicits positive emotions, you will certainly feel a lot more satisfied and a lot better.
  9. At first, I thought nothing of it, because my girlfriend is a gorgeous, sophisticated, and highly attractive woman who often elicits admiring glances from men.
  10. A further question elicits the information that none of the children – who are all young adults now – live in the hamlet, but have gone to seek work in the nearest town.
  11. If a fable passes as a fable it attracts little or no attention, but let it be circulated as truth, and the more extraordinary its details, the more wonder, excitement and comment it elicits.
  12. Playing with it and seeing how it feels involves your physical body feeling the sensation of the water on your body, your mental body paying attention to what is happening while its happening and your emotional body enjoying the moment through the feelings the water elicits.

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