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Across the country, in Camarillo, California, home of the Abundant Table, the leaves aren’t much of a draw, but the farm still offers a classic fall experience.
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A card draw then brings on other events, from clear-cutting of forests to a shark attack to an animal rescue.
Learning to draw means taking a scene that we see as three-dimensional and representing it on a two-dimensional piece of paper.
North Carolina’s Research Triangle region boasts the sort of academic power and national draw often associated with the Northeast Corridor’s Ivy League.
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Chelsea can still finish Top 4 if they lose and Sunday’s Manchester United-Leicester game doesn’t end in a draw.
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In the porch he paused a moment, to draw on his woollen gloves, and button his great coat, and for something besides.
One mile from New Harmony, we were forced to alight from the carriage, as the horses would not draw us up a steep hill.
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No, it was not in her disposition to injure any one, even should it not be likely to draw down danger upon herself.
The Empress listened to my arguments, but said that we had gone too far now to draw back.
WITH THE ALLIES TO PEKINGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
This is the way it works: we draw the lines which hold a letter, but leave out the letter.

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