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All five stories of it.
Stories told by a stork.
He spun me stories, sir.
Stories are all we have.
No two stories are the.
I like stories like that.
It was all in my stories.

Then the stories got weird.
I hope these stories are.
And you hear the stories.
And so the stories went on.
Why you should tell stories.
But, the stories rang true.
Not all stories end happily.
The stories she could tell.
Stories would just come out.
For her stories, of course.
The stories I have hear-.
It is the stories, she said.
Some stories are just not.
That’s how the stories go.
Have some stories to share?
No two stories are the same.
You can imagine the stories.
Negative slant - 58 stories.
It was twelve stories below.
But those are their stories.
I enjoy telling you stories.
There are only cover stories.
Here below the two stories:.
Stories about them had been.
He told me a million stories.
These are only cover stories.
The Writer and Other Stories.
It contains only two stories.
Put it in the form of stories.
And it ends as human stories.
Stories of fleshy armed women.
The stories of Aaron’s Rod.
The major stories of the day:.

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To classic realms of storied pomps and show.
Never before in the storied history of the RKU has a.
Elowen stared at the sign of the two storied inn, a huge boar.
A few lights were sprinkled amongst the low storied buildings.
The magnificent storied skyline of late 19th century London stood out.
A very large, two storied prefabricated building sat on a long stone ledge.
The picture showed a large, two storied, house with a huge tree to one side.
Joe pulled up outside an end of terrace two storied dwelling that was known as 31, St.
Back at the RV, Chuck was laughing at the storied history of his family’s alma mater.
The house was a narrow three storied building, wedged at the rear of the dole building.
He spoke with the weight and wretchedness of veterans of storied conflicts from decades past.
He gave me a discerning look, Thought you were the only one with a storied past didn’t you.
Riordan of the Warhounds, one of the few men in that storied company who'd been a friend to him.
Japanese candlesticks have been around for more than 1,000 years and have a great and storied history.
Pierce, perhaps the oldest in the group, in his early forties, had a storied career, having taken our.
It was created by a storied ad agency and promoted by a top-tier PR firm, at a cost of nearly $1 billion.
While this might seem like a rather esoteric mathematical tidbit, it has profound implications and a storied history.
They skirted the green to tread down a lane laid with red brick and two storied cottages that were part business and part residential.
The Intercollegiate Rowing Association’s regatta at Poughkeepsie was a storied institution, with roots deep in the history of American rowing.
Those who believe in Hell do not believe any belongings from this life can be taken to Hell; those who believe souls of the dead are storied in a chamber do not believe they have their weapons.
The founder of the firm was storied as the number-one South African tennis player when he was a teen and built his firm around the principles of transforming high-level tennis players into traders.
I had the privilege of sitting down with Swensen at his Yale office, and before I ventured up the hallowed halls of that storied institution, I did what any good student would do: I spent the night before cramming.
After my Chicago years, my bosses at Salomon Brothers’ storied Bond Portfolio Analysis Group let me balance research and market roles, always stressing the value of conveying complex ideas as intuitively as possible.
For me, Nkandla has always been about an extraordinary history and an extraordinary people; a semi-secret, almost sacred place at the centre of one of our country’s greatest stories, and of one of our most storied peoples.
There was to be a lot more to happen in their lives, a steady spiraling downward of events at an ever increasing tempo, before I would be engaged in an even more active role than I had been in the years I have storied so far.
There it was, too, that most of the deadly encounters with the white whale had taken place; there the waves were storied with his deeds; there also was that tragic spot where the monomaniac old man had found the awful motive to his vengeance.
He liked the way it opened doors for him, the way it made people happy to see him, not because he was William Hamilton-Sweeney III, the wastrel heir, or Billy Three-Sticks, front-man of the storied Ex Post Facto, but because, he felt, he was himself.
As we have elected you as our leader, as once the great patriarch of your family was during the long years of his lifetime, it is only fitting that the oldest of the relics that have been passed down to us from our much storied past should go to you.
It's former rural setting was slowly being gobbled up by rows of semi-detached middle income estates of two storied houses, pretending to blend into the countryside behind clumps of trees, that the developers in their wisdom had not obliterated, completely.
Dimmesdale encountered the eldest female member of his church; a most pious and exemplary old dame; poor, widowed, lonely, and with a heart as full of reminiscences about her dead husband and children, and her dead friends of long ago, as a burial-ground is full of storied gravestones.
As she continued to look up at the twenty-five storied skyscraper, and taking in the sign above it’s entrance, Kathy recalled some information she’d gleaned about Garland Crest Productions, from an article she’d read about the rock group and the productions company they’d founded.
Or what is there apart from the traditions of dungeoned warriors and kings (which will not wholly account for it) that makes the White Tower of London tell so much more strongly on the imagination of an untravelled American, than those other storied structures, its neighbors—the Byward Tower, or even the Bloody? And those sublimer towers, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, whence, in peculiar moods, comes that gigantic ghostliness over the soul at the bare mention of that name, while the thought of Virginia's Blue Ridge is full of a soft, dewy, distant dreaminess? Or why, irrespective of all latitudes and longitudes, does the name of the White Sea exert such a spectralness over the fancy, while that of the Yellow Sea lulls us with mortal thoughts of long lacquered mild afternoons on the waves, followed by the gaudiest and yet sleepiest of sunsets? Or, to choose a wholly unsubstantial instance, purely addressed to the fancy, why, in reading the old fairy tales of Central Europe, does "the tall pale man" of the Hartz forests, whose changeless pallor unrustlingly glides through the green of the groves—why is this phantom more terrible than all the whooping imps of the Blocksburg?

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It is a long story.
To cut a long story.
I told them my story.
This is my own story.
The story of my life.
It was an old story.
To read a story for.
Leo took up the story.
I want my story told.
It's a story of love.
Tel ing me its story.
Amos took up the story.
The rest of the story.
She looks at the story.
It was a strange story.
The story of The Nunn.
It was a tragic story.
That was a good story.
THE STORY OF YOUR LIFE.
But not the true story.
It's part of his story.
What will my story be?
Give us the real story.
That is a long story.
The vimmen is a story.
Now, it was story time.
THE MORAL OF THE STORY.
I was to write a story.
And now my story is told.
The story goes this way.
And… I needed a story.
It had only been a story.
Chris takes up the story.
The story is told that.
Of the story being told.
You tell them the story.
I heard the whole story.
There is always a story.
Well, you know the story.
That is a very good story.

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