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XII.

“Mm, then you did what?” Adelaide was half heartedly paying attention to her friend, Felicia’s chatter. Her mind was far away. And if she was honest with herself? 910 palabras más

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X.

Nathanael Nii Lantey Heward-Mills had buried his nose in a newspaper and did not see his son pass right by him. Dag was in a hurry. 605 palabras más

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NO BACK ROADS

Omolegho Garuba

LCI Cincinnati

“Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. 17 palabras más

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VII.

Just forty-five minutes into the new year, the clock seemed to have slowed down. Dag was seated in the eighth row of what must have been over a hundred seats. 144 palabras más

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VI.

Adelaide Baiden had decided to stay. She looked around the room she had just been ushered into. It was her first week at Legon University. Apparently, it was the week when the… 458 palabras más

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V.

His knees began to hurt. But the tape rolled on. So he kept on too.

His shins were parallel with the floor. His back was perpendicular. 642 palabras más

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IV.

What the city of Geneva lacked in Christendom and spiritual glory, it made up for in architectural and natural beauty. Geneva was to the United Nations what Rome was to Christendom. 576 palabras más

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