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Bozo and the Storyteller

By: Matt Jones

...oryteller W ith the rising of the second crescent moon over the Kraggy Mountains, the Bloons realised that it was almost time for the Story to be... ...als molded 10,000 years ago from a tear of one of the last dragons in the mountains of Tibet. Bozo took the ball in his hands and cried with happines... ...th f re to ask….’ But Bozo had grabbed the crystal ball and already craggy mountains were coming into view within it. The rocky slopes were bright re... ...hat died out some way before the top. They could see dark f ssures in the mountains that they supposed were caves. At the top there was a particular... ...them half the time, and occasionally they even crashed together and made mountains. ‘But then they invented maps and the countries had to stay put o... ...e front and, as she prepared to face the audience, she had the look of an Olympic diver preparing to leap. The curtain went up and a cry of ‘Theo! T...

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

... cream, everyone’s fave. Contrasting textures both creamy and sweet, of Olympic proportions, you’re everyone’s treat. Y ou’re addictive and order... ...m. For APEC Members & Family Mauna Loa CHOCOLATE COVERED MACADAMIA NUTS • Mountains. 5 oz. 2 09 APEC# 6982. • 6 pk. Mountains. 11 99 APEC# 6983.... ...i‘anae Coast of O‘ahu. On 16 acres of fertile soil beneath the Wai‘anae mountains, MA‘O Organic Farms raises top-quality organic fruits and veget... ...dant of Hawaiian royalty. A swimming sensation in his 20s, he became an Olympic gold medalist in 1912 and represented the United States in world ...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne Book the Second

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...n at his marriage; and yet it was after a long practice of arms beyond the mountains, of which wars he left us a journal under his own hand, wherein h... ...styllus, Diopompos, and others, that to keep their bodies in order for the Olympic games and such like exercises, they denied themselves dur- ing that... ... mares with which he had three times gained the prize of the course at the Olympic Games. The ancient Xantippus caused his dog to be interred on an em... ... stand in as much need of us as we do of them, like people at sea, to whom mountains, fields, cities, heaven and earth are tossed at the same rate as ... ...ysius the father valued himself upon nothing so much as his poetry; at the Olympic games, with chariots surpassing all the others in magnificence, he ... ... a poor, drawling, scurvy language. There is, indeed, above us towards the mountains a sort of Gascon spoken, that I am 160 Book the Second mightily ... ... [“They are headlong borne with burning fury as great stones torn from the mountains, by which the steep sides are left naked and bare.”—Juvenal, Sat.... ...d and crackling shrubs of laurel, or as with impetuous fall from the steep mountains, foaming torrents pour down to the ocean, each clearing a destruc...

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