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  • I started in high school—a fun, flirtatious firecracker whose flame refused to be extinguished, despite that I experienced my fair share of blunders.

    The Lo-Down

  • Mr. Edward said he plans to give the Bailey hands a fair share for their farm for their help.

    Eliza’s Freedom Road

  • Colonel von Krosick, like the remainder of the officers, had drunk his fair share of wine.

    The Secret Memoirs of the Courts of Europe

  • I'm sure you have your fair share of nightmares, hamshira.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • Well, my business was to see this guest got his fair share of mange-tout peas, never mind if he had something going with the hostess.

    The Great California Game

  • And once a week he went to public school for a half day, an arrangement his father had agreed upon with the prophet, so that Joseph John could do his fair share of work in the community.

    Keep Sweet

  • He seemed to feel that just because he was getting a fair share of the business I ought to be satisfied, but I don't want any half-sports out gunning with me.

    Old Gorgon Graham

  • But those eddyings in fluids, by which when pressed, before they can free themselves, they relieve each other that they may all have a fair share of the pressure, belong more properly to the motion of liberty.

    The New Organon

  • Pavy and Henry accused Fredericks, the cook, of not giving them their fair share of food; and Pavy and Kislingbury had a quarrel that barely stopped short of blows.

    Henry Hudson

  • Vukli has a fair share of cultivable land, well cleaned of stones, which are all used for wall-making.

    High Albania


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