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  • by: by Piccard, Bertrand and Jones, Brian
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  • Publosher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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I've had it-even I. But now I'm of no use but to give it to others. With me it's all over. " And then he paused. Isabel bowed her head further, till it rested on the two hands that were clasped upon his own. She couldn't see him now; but his far-away voice was close to her ear. "Isabel," he went on suddenly, "I wish it were over for you. " She answered History-Maming she had burst into sobs; she remained so, with her buried face.

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Around the World in 20 Days: The Story of Our History-Making Ballon Flight Isabel, life is better; for in life there's love. Death is good-but there's no love.

" "I never thanked you-I never spoke-I never was what I should be!" Isabel went on. She felt a passionate need to Arouns out and accuse herself, to let her sorrow possess her. All her troubles, for the moment, became single and melted together into this present pain.

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