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Coué's method of self-improvement consisted of knotting a piece of string and reciting over and over, "Every day in every way, I am getting better and better."
At the rear of the boat we saw poor-looking people: a man feeding sticks into a tall chimney stove, a woman chopping vegetables, and two rough-looking boys squatting close to the edge of the boat, holding what looked to be a piece of string attached to a wire-mesh cage lying just below the surface of the water.
Snack Men:1 piece of string cheese and 1 medium-size apple: 167 calories
A lame youth, whom Apollo had recompensed with a pipe, and to which he had added a tabourin of his own accord, ran sweetly over the prelude, as he sat upon the bank — Tie me up this tress instantly, said Nannette, putting a piece of string into my hand — It taught me to forget I was a stranger — The whole knot fell down — We had been seven years acquainted.