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    Although I have not been on here in FOREVER, it popped into my mind tonight and I thought I would see what ever happened with this...Without book in hand, the one thought that always stuck with me was the "Someone to see a place to be"...

    I had started on this at one time and looked at the places for the coordinates via the net, and I remember reading that the Eiffel Tower had a figure/mannequin in it and that there was a plaque with it...another coordinate had quotes written in the sidewalk squares. I always wondered what the quotes were and if they had places mentioned...
    The choices we make today will dictate the lives we lead tomorrow.

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    I love this idea, ferrymaiden.
    But how do you get the order?

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    All lots can be viewed at Gemtips.com, or by calling Don or Angelo Palmieri at (212) 869-972 to schedule a viewing. Could have sworn I found the last name on one of the BOS pages- and the phone number is missing a digit..??..
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    im still not sure how to disclose the clues. but i can go on record in saying: 1. "Hest is English". 2. any child who can read, can read Hest. one more offical clue... "The symbols in the book swirled and coalesced in his mind, combined and formed anew, and gradually, he understood them."-- P 103

    ???-not all children read in English????

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    behest
    O.E. behæs "a vow," perhaps from behatan "to promise" (from be- + hatan "command, call;" see cite) and confused with obsolete hest "command," which may account for the parasitic -t as well as the M.E. shift in meaning to "command, injunction" (late 12c.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracedog25 View Post
    im still not sure how to disclose the clues. but i can go on record in saying: 1. "Hest is English". 2. any child who can read, can read Hest. one more offical clue... "The symbols in the book swirled and coalesced in his mind, combined and formed anew, and gradually, he understood them."-- P 103

    ???-not all children read in English????
    nevermind hest:instructions..duh
    Just got a new book, and the images in this one are so much clearer and sharper and lighter- I think simon and crapheads should get sued instead for there poor reproductions and color quality. They vary book to book.....uhhh

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