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    Re: Game: Sentences A-Z

    Quite frizzy, it was but at least it wasn't gray back then.
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    Rainy days can ruin well-laid outdoor party plans.

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    Summertime parties are usually tricky that way.

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    Thunderstorms are common on summer afternoons.

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    Unless you have a back-up plan, rain can ruin an event.

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    Very little was said on FORT about Groundhog Day.

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    When that groundhog saw his shadow, I said, "Oh, no!"

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    eXpect a groundhog to nod his head if you call him a woodchuck or a whistle-pig.

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    You know, that is the first time I have heard one called a 'whistle-pig'.

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    "Zounds!" said Nana, when she learned that a groundhog could be called a whistle-pig.


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