<<set $a = prompt("1. Please enter a verb.")>><<set $b = prompt("2. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $c = prompt("3. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $d = prompt("4. Please enter another noun.")>><<set $e = prompt("5. Please enter a person's name.")>><<set $f = prompt("6. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $g = prompt("7. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $h = prompt("8. Please enter a transitive verb.")>><<set $i = prompt("9. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $j = prompt("10. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $k = prompt("11. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $l = prompt("12. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $m = prompt("13. Please enter another noun.")>><<set $n = prompt("14. Please enter yet another noun.")>><<set $o = prompt("15. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $p = prompt("16. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $q = prompt("17. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $r = prompt("18. Please enter a verb in -ing form.")>><<set $s = prompt("19. Please enter a plural noun.")>><<set $t = prompt("20. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $u = prompt("21. Please enter a plural noun.")>><<set $v = prompt("22. Please enter a verb in the past tense.")>>I saw him, and I had no will to ''<<print $a>>''. It was so ''<<print $b>>'', so much more defined than any ''<<print $c>>''. My ''<<print $d>>'' had stored ''<<print $e>>'' away in ''<<print $f>>'' detail, saving him for this final ''<<print $g>>''. I could ''<<print $h>>'' his ''<<print $i>> <<print $j>>'' as if he were really there; the exact shade of his ''<<print $k>> <<print $l>>'', the shape of his ''<<print $m>>'', the line of his ''<<print $n>>'', the gold glinting in his ''<<print $o>> <<print $p>>''. He was ''<<print $q>>'', naturally, that I was ''<<print $r>>''. His ''<<print $s>>'' were ''<<print $t>>'' and his ''<<print $u>> <<print $v>>'' with rage.
<<set $a = prompt("1. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $b = prompt("2. Please enter a plural body part.")>><<set $c = prompt("3. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $d = prompt("4. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $e = prompt("5. Please enter a transitive verb in the past tense.")>><<set $f = prompt("6. Please enter a place.")>><<set $g = prompt("7. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $h = prompt("8. Please enter a transitive verb in -ing form.")>><<set $i = prompt("9. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $j = prompt("10. Please enter a transitive verb in the past tense.")>><<set $k = prompt("11. Please enter a body part.")>><<set $l = prompt("12. Please enter a transitive verb.")>><<set $m = prompt("13. Please enter a plural noun.")>><<set $n = prompt("14. Please enter an adverb.")>><<set $o = prompt("15. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $p = prompt("16. Please enter a plural noun.")>><<set $q = prompt("17. Please enter a plural body part.")>><<set $r = prompt("18. Please enter someone's name.")>><<set $s = prompt("19. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $t = prompt("20. Please enter someone's name.")>><<set $u = prompt("21. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $v = prompt("22. Please enter a plural body part.")>><<set $w = prompt("23. Please enter someone's name.")>><<set $x = prompt("24. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $y = prompt("25. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $z = prompt("26. Please enter an occupation.")>><<set $aa = prompt("27. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $bb = prompt("28. Please enter a plural body part.")>><<set $cc = prompt("29. Please enter a transitive verb in the past tense.")>><<set $dd = prompt("30. Please enter a transitive verb.")>><<set $ee = prompt("31. Please enter a noun.")>>Sleep had evaded me; my ''<<print $a>> <<print $b>>'' strained open even though the ''<<print $c>>'' finally ended and the ''<<print $d>> <<print $e>>'' over a low peak somewhere in ''<<print $f>>''. The ''<<print $g>>'' light, ''<<print $h>>'' across the ''<<print $i>>'' sky, ''<<print $j>>'' my ''<<print $k>>''. But I couldn’t ''<<print $l>>'' them; when I did, the ''<<print $m>>'' that flashed all too ''<<print $n>>'', like ''<<print $o>> <<print $p>>'' behind my ''<<print $q>>'', were unbearable. ''<<print $r>>''’s ''<<print $s>>'' expression – ''<<print $t>>''’s ''<<print $u>>'' snarl, ''<<print $v>>'' bared – ''<<print $w>>''’s ''<<print $x>>'' glare – the ''<<print $y>>'' scrutiny of the ''<<print $z>>'' – the ''<<print $aa>>'' look in ''<<print $t>>’s <<print $bb>>'' after he ''<<print $cc>>'' me the last time . . . I couldn’t stand to ''<<print $dd>>'' them. So I fought against my ''<<print $ee>>'' and the sun rose higher.
<<set $a = prompt("1. Please enter a verb.")>><<set $b = prompt("2. Please enter a verb in the past tense.")>><<set $c = prompt("3. Please enter another verb in the past tense.")>><<set $d = prompt("4. Please enter a verb in -ing form.")>><<set $e = prompt("5. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $f = prompt("6. Please enter another adjective.")>><<set $g = prompt("7. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $h = prompt("8. Please enter another noun.")>><<set $i = prompt("9. Please enter a verb in the past tense.")>><<set $j = prompt("10. Please enter a verb.")>><<set $k = prompt("11. Please enter another verb.")>><<set $l = prompt("12. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $m = prompt("13. Please enter a place.")>><<set $n = prompt("14. Please enter a verb in -ing form.")>><<set $o = prompt("15. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $p = prompt("16. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $q = prompt("17. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $r = prompt("18. Please enter a verb.")>><<set $s = prompt("19. Please enter a verb in the past tense.")>><<set $t = prompt("20. Please enter a verb.")>>I'd never given much thought to how I would ''<<print $a>>'' - though I'd had reason enough in the last few months - but even if I had, I would not have ''<<print $b>>'' it like this.\n\nI ''<<print $c>>'' without ''<<print $d>>'' across the ''<<print $e>>'' room, into the ''<<print $f>>'' ''<<print $g>>'' of the ''<<print $h>>'', and he ''<<print $i>>'' pleasantly back at me.\n\nSurely it was a good way to ''<<print $j>>'', in the place of someone else, someone I ''<<print $k>>''. ''<<print $l>>'', even. That ought to count for something.\n\nI knew that if I'd never gone to ''<<print $m>>'', I wouldn't be ''<<print $n>>'' death now. But, ''<<print $o>>'' as I was, I couldn't bring myself to regret the decision. When life offers you a ''<<print $p>>'' so far beyond any of your expectations, it's not ''<<print $q>>'' to ''<<print $r>>'' when it comes to an end.\n\nThe ''<<print $h>>'' ''<<print $s>>'' in a friendly way as he sauntered forward to ''<<print $t>>'' me.
<<set $a = prompt("1. Please enter a verb in -ing form.")>><<set $b = prompt("2. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $c = prompt("3. Please enter a verb in the past tense.")>><<set $f = prompt("4. Please enter a noun.")>><<set $g = prompt("5. Please enter a verb in the past tense.")>><<set $h = prompt("6. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $i = prompt("7. Please enter another adjective.")>><<set $j = prompt("8. Please enter a plural noun.")>><<set $k = prompt("9. Please enter another plural noun.")>><<set $l = prompt("10. Please enter yet another plural noun.")>><<set $m = prompt("11. Please enter one more plural noun.")>><<set $n = prompt("12. Please enter an adjective.")>><<set $o = prompt("13. Please enter an occupation.")>><<set $p = prompt("14. Please enter another occupation.")>><<set $q = prompt("15. Please enter yet another occupation.")>><<set $r = prompt("16. Please enter one last occupation.")>>Should children be kept from ''<<print $a>>''? Is ''<<print $a>>'' harmful?\n\nThe only thing harmful about ''<<print $a>>'' is the ''<<print $b>>'' that is ''<<print $c>>'' into childrren who admit to ''<<print $a>>'', by parents who may themselves, but don’t admit it. Every ''<<print $f>>'', at one time or another, in one way or another, has engaged in ''<<print $a>>''. Most of them have felt overwhelmingly ''<<print $h>>'' because of it. Most of them have continued ''<<print $a>>''.\n\nSome of the ''<<print $i>>'' things ''<<print $a>>'' is supposed to cause are ''<<print $j>>'' on the face, loss of ''<<print $k>>'', ''<<print $l>>'', and ''<<print $m>>''. Of these afflictions only ''<<print $j>>'' are a recognized disease. All children at the time of puberty develop ''<<print $j>>''. Virtually all children are actively ''<<print $a>>'' at that time. It would then be more ''<<print $n>>'' to conclude that ''<<print $j>>'' cause ''<<print $a>>''. No ''<<print $o>>'', ''<<print $p>>'', ''<<print $q>>'', or ''<<print $r>>'' has ever shown any evidence that ''<<print $a>>'' is harmful in any way.
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