THINK


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THINKTo Have Information and Knowledge (United Devices cancer research project)
THINKThinking Hard Inspires New Knowledge
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THINKTrue Helpful Inspiring Necessary Kind
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But I don't think the little we should spend would do any good.
He hung his head and could not think of anything to say for a moment.
You think I ought to refuse him then," said Harriet, looking down.
I think you would be glad to come and--if you will excuse me, sir--I think your lady would ask you to come if she was here.
MY DEAREST MAGDALEN -- When you read this letter, try to think we have only been parted since yesterday; and dismiss from your mind (as I have dismissed from mine) the past and all that belongs to it.
The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way, and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly that Alice had not a moment to think about stopping herself before she found herself falling down a very deep well.
but there were two or three much uglier in the shop; and when I have bought some prettier-coloured satin to trim it with fresh, I think it will be very tolerable.
And I feel it would be a great evil for you if your affections continued so fixed on me that you could think of no other man who might be able to make you happier by his love than I ever can, and if you continued to look towards something in the future which cannot possibly happen.
I am afraid we think too differently for me to find any relief in talking of what I feel.
I think you will consider them extremely curious, and very beautiful IN THEIR WAY.
It would make a great difference in the drainage, but a new plowman might think this finickiness and just go ahead and plow all of it north and south, or all of it east and west and this would result in a lower yield--some parts of the field would get soggy and the wheat might get a rust, and other parts drain too readily, letting the ground become parched and break into cakes, all of which might be prevented.
You must not dare to think of such a horrible thing