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    Smile is this sentence right?

    Doctor can make sure of their advice and point patient to patient information materials and other resources. If yes, what does it mean?

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    No, it is not right.

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    Thank you. I came across this one, and was a little bit frustrated at not understanding what it meant.

    By the way, in my reading experience, I found Francis Bacon's essays are the most difficult, more difficult than Shakepears' plays. Do you agree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    No, it is not right.
    Tell us what you REALLY think, bhaisahab!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by victor su View Post
    Thank you. I came across this one, and was a little bit frustrated at not understanding what it meant.

    By the way, in my reading experience, I found Francis Bacon's essays are the most difficult, more difficult than Shakepears' plays. Do you agree?
    Victor, I agree with you! I enjoy reading Shakespeare's plays but I've always made it a practice to never bring home the Bacon!

    Cheers,
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    what does it mean?
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    svartnik, I said no 'bacon'...it looks like you prefer a little 'ham'!

    I admire your courage! Most people would not be willing to post their second grade class photo. What a cutey-pie you were!


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    svartnik, I said no 'bacon'...it looks like you prefer a little 'ham'!

    I admire your courage! Most people would not be willing to post their second grade class photo. What a cutey-pie you were!
    I still cherish the memories of this period in my life. Constant stream of glamorous women.... Those were the days! Unfortunately, I no longer possess that boyish charm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    I still cherish the memories of this period in my life. Constant stream of glamorous women.... Those were the days! Unfortunately, I no longer possess that boyish charm.

    Constant stream of glamorous women... what does it mean? like swimming in a river made up of women?

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    Quote Originally Posted by victor su View Post
    Constant stream of glamorous women... what does it mean? like swimming in a river made up of women?
    You are spot on, Victor! svartnik was such an adorable little rascal that the girls just couldn't keep away from him! He had the good looks, the charm, and the ability to have any female he wanted! What a good situation to have to endure!!!! We should all be so fortunate!

    Cheers,
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