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By Cris Ramsay

Even the brightest of Eureka's citizens can't learn an individual else's brain. Then international Dynamics develops the mind field: a tool in a position to taking pictures and storing human suggestions. while the field begins messing with people's minds, Sheriff Jack Carter must maintain his suggestions to himself if he's going to avoid wasting the city from going out in their heads.

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47 Filostrato (37) Then he kissed them and kissed them yet again and Cressida kissed his in return. Then he kissed all her face and her bosom, and not an hour passed without a thousand sighsÑnot those grievous ones by which one loseth color but those devoted ones, by which was shown the affection that lay in their breasts and which resulted in the renewal of their delight. (38) Let now these wretched misers, who blame whoever hath fallen in love and who hath not, as they, devoted himself entirely in some way to the making of money, take thought and consider whether, when holding it full dear, as much pleasure was ever furnished by it as Love doth provide in a single moment to him to whom by good chance he is joined.

103) ÒI know well that I have never deserved by my service that for which I come. But thou alone, who hast wounded my heart, thou and none other, canst, when thou wilt, make me worthy of a greater thing. O desired weal of my heart, lay aside the lofty disdain of thy great spirit, and be condescending toward me, in so much as thou art gentle in thine actions. (104) ÒCertain I am that thou wilt be merciful as thou art fair, and that my sore distress, discreetly amiable and gracious one, who dost not wish that I perish in my misery for loving thee so much, will turn, delectable lady, to sweet joy.

Here he ceased speaking, more joyful than ever. Pandarus heard him, waited a little while, and then replied in high spirits to his words as follows: (60) ÒIf I have, fair sweet friend, done a thing that is pleasing to thee, I am very glad and it is highly gratifying to me. Ó (61) ÒI shall do so to thy satisfaction,Ó replied Troilus to his dear friend. Then he related to him in great gladness the joyful things that had happened to him and added: ÒI tell thee truly that I have never been enmeshed in the net of Love as I am at present and much more than formerly do I burn with the fire that I have caught from the fair eyes of Cressida and from her visage.

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