IMAGINE


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IMAGINEImagine Making A Generation In Our Nation Excellent
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When I don't like the name of a place or a person I always imagine a new one and always think of them so.
You will easily imagine therefore my Dear Marianne that I could not feel any ardent affection or very sincere Attachment for Lady Dorothea.
The fish is held by the tail, and the head being introduced into the mouth, the animal disappears with a rapidity that would at first nearly lead one to imagine it had been launched bodily down the throat.
Let no one imagine, however, that the lovely Fayaway was in the habit of swallowing great vulgar-looking fishes: oh, no; with her beautiful small hand she would clasp a delicate, little, golden-hued love of a fish and eat it as elegantly and as innocently as though it were a Naples biscuit.
Imagine that this president saw that the situation was so urgent, he called for a national dialogue meeting with the opposition in two days to resolve the crisis, one that all of his allies and none of the opposition attend, and he walks in, talks for 5 minutes, then leaves the dialogue he called for immediately, telling people to talk to his VP and that he is leaving to guarantee the "neutrality of the dialogue".
Imagine not seeing your family as much as you'd like because you believe you have a duty to help other people's families, too.
imagine let me imagine us old entwined in a hammock in the dark the
Imagine if petty thieves had their hands chopped of for stealing a loaf of bread and, for worse crimes, their heads.
Imagine that you have no need to prove anything or to impress anyone.
When Imagine Tap opens July 11 for a four week run in Chicago's 1525-seat Harris Theater, it will be the biggest tap dance event since Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk.
Imagine a woman who has acknowledged the past's influence on the present.
Neither she nor the world around her could imagine that the ninth child of a West Indies cook would be one of the first black women accepted at Columbia University Law School, or would go on to help Thurgood Marshall write the brief for Brown v.