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Fanning her hair to get the last of the smoke out of it, Gail would gently undo the curls, leave them in place, then spray
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Plunk, plunk, plunk; plink-plink-plink-plink. Someone is playing, let's make that pounding, a toy piano. Thia Reggio, pastor of the Astoria First Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) takes no note of it. She's had a lot of practice screening out its astringent strains.
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