100 F. Merrell knowing full well that talk, well, it's just talk. In the United States, talk is more often than in Brazil meant to be taken quite seriously, and customary naivete waxes indignantly outraged when it is paid little heed; yet talk invariably becomes cloudy, for, after all, if it were perfectly

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