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Those who monitor the restaurant business say people over age 60 are 50 percent more likely than the younger diners to eat in cafeterias.

It was the French novelist Anatole France who explained that the law was fair and equitable inasmuch as it forbade the rich as well as the poor from sleeping under bridges, begging in the streets, stealing bread….

Technically, a stud is not one breeding horse but a whole stableful of mares and stallions.

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