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The whispers have played out alongside long-running discussions about the lack of clear leadership on park issues, duplication of efforts and overhead among various Balboa Park groups and struggles to execute major park initiatives and projects.
During the summer, there were whispers among Parisian food circles and on social media of assault allegations involving Sekine.
There are whispers of McDonald’s locations that have breakfast buffets.
The whisper number, for example, calls for just 670,000 new jobs, about half of what economists expect.
Once Greene and Lobb moved it into the symplectic world, the problem gave way with a whisper.
These words were uttered in a guarded whisper by a boy about seventeen years of age, to a great dog that stood by his side.
The voice died out in a broken whisper, and two hot tears fell on Black Sheep's forehead.
He saw the tips of the fir trees shimmer, and heard them whisper as the breeze turned their needles towards the light.
"The angels don't whisper such blessed dreams to me," returned Dorothy, sadly.
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A voice came from somewhere, a voice asking somebody also in a whisper to put the lights out.

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