Throughout the fifties, in city after city, fluoridation became the subject of fierce debate. I so loved the fierce bodily contact of football that I suppose my enthusiasm made up somewhat for my lack of size. Their bodies would be discovered more than a month after they died, after fierce fighting in the African nation subsided. In the midst of that fierce winter, Anna fell ill, developing a nasty, lingering cough. Other fierce battles were fought and numberless single combats, when the English never failed to come away victorious. The stare of the wretched creature deepened into a fierce and maddened glare. Her heart began to beat with the fierce impulse of resistance which she instinctively opposed to every imagined slight. A brief, fierce trial of strength and he found himself forced over the railing into the water.
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