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mud-wrestling were (a) favourite
form of exercise
anticipated by every
Dom, Nick, (and) Larry
strolling through these
clumps of whisper-grass
searching for another
haystack with needle
determined to search
every nook and
stable for another
horse ofa different
breed very similar
to turtles, but
without hard shells
thus preventing attacks
from red-headed strangers
wearing sixguns or
halves of coco-nut-shells
to make clip-clop
returning to Cam-a-little
by-the-Sea where they
were seated at
Parcheesi board playing

Parcheesi is an American adaptation of the Indian Cross and Circle game Pachisi.
as best they
can without losing
faces to (the) jury
of their peers
hiding every-time opportunities
threatened to knock
them into TV-games
about shaving creams
or similar soap-operas
while wearing floppy
bunny slippers, which
were fuzzy pink
lighted from behind
by Christmas candles
left-overs from (the) famoust
opera produced in
(the) Verdi-style and hence
much greenery was
planted in villages
amonst the rockery
and rickety from
the temporary bridge
built of straw
over the flaming
grand gorge known
as Conflagration River
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