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Duel Your Dual Nature With This Quiz On Geminis

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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The beginner should make a number of these ovals so that he can get them perfect.
Above the ovals "Dep't of State," in similar capitals, large at the sides and gradually decreasing towards the center.
The ovals containing the heads, bands, scrolls and large numerals are placed on a ground of vertically ruled lines.
The ovals containing the busts, the labels or scrolls and large numerals are placed on a ground of vertical parallel lines.
Dave Cowan ceased to draw angled designs on his pad; he now drew circles, ovals, ellipses, things fluent with curves.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
In this figure the cross is made by the intersection of two ovals, each a vesica piscis, an emblem of the yoni.
It was much too big and the rings (upright ovals) too distinct.
On the threshold of these fastnesses shimmers a glint of sunshine, cut into ovals by the leafy sieve above.
THE LIFE OF THE FLYJ. HENRI FABRE
The same exercise, only with ovals drawn out and and slight shade added to each down stroke.
Sides of ovals should be even, forming as nearly a straight line as possible.

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