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Samuel Ullman Sandra Byrd Sarah Ban Breathnach Sarah O'Donnell
Shannon L Alder Sharon Hayes Sharon Stone Shirley MacLaine
Sholom Aleichem Sidonie G Colette Sigmund Freud Simon Mainwaring
Socrates Somya Kedia Soren Kierkegaard Sparky Henderson
Stanley B Prusiner Stella Abrera Stephen Cope Stephen Covey
Stephen Fry Stephen Grosz Stephen W Hawking Stephen Richards
Steven Bell Steve Maraboli
St Francis of Assisi Stroke Awareness Sue Monk Kidd Susan Collins
Susan Polis Schutz Suzy Kassem Swedish Proverb
Talulah Riley Tamala Jones Tanya Masse Tegan Quin
Terry Pratchett The Beatles The Edge Thema Davis
Theodore Roethke Theodore Roosevelt Thich Nhat Hanh Thomas Carlyle
Thomas A Dorsey Thomas A Edison Thomas Jefferson Thomas Paine
Thomas S Monson Tia Walker Tiddy Rowan Timothy Keller
Tina J Richardson Tom Hanks Tony Nitti Tony A Gaskins Jnr
Tracy McMillan Truman Capote Tyron Capote
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Samuel Ullman

Snow and ice

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Sandra Byrd

Ice cream or wine

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Sarah Ban Breathnach

Dragons

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Sarah O'Donnell

Fading

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Shannon L Alder

Every woman

Respect

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Sharon Hayes

Beginning

Moment of time

Chasm

Talking

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Sharon Stone

Brain damage

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Shirley MacLaine

Sweet potato

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Sholom Aleichem

Life

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Sidonie Gabrielle Colette

Perfect companions

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Sigmund Freud

Anatomy

Self esteem

Religion illusion

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Simon Mainwaring

Economic chaos

Prosperity

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Socrates

Greatest way

Secret

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Somya Kedia

Sea breeze

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Soren Kierkegaard

Life

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Sparky Henderson

Living past

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Stanley B Prusiner

Neuroscience

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Stella Abrera

Art helps

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Stephen Cope

Self-dedication

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Stephen Covey

Intent

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Stephen Fry

Originality

Best things

Cliche

Octave

Temperance

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Stephen Grosz

Change

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Stephen W Hawking

Knowledge

Universal stars

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Stephen Richards

Self-injury

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Steven Bell

Traits

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Steve Maraboli

Dare to be

Happiness

Love me

Sometimes

End of the day

Destiny

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St Francis of Assisi

Needs

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Stroke Awareness

Strong choice

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Sue Monk Kidd

Knowing life

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Susan Collins

Stalemate

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Susan Polis Schutz

Hopelessness

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Suzy Kassem

Lion pride

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Swedish Proberb

Worry

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Talulah Riley

Daydreamer

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Tamala Jones

Weakness

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Tanya Masse

Coffee or wine

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Tegan Quin

Honest true sincere

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Terry Pratchett

Cats

Shut your mind

Open mind

Cats more

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The Beatles

Help from friends

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The Edge

Tightrope

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Thema Davis

Better Life

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Theodore Roethke

Deep roots

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Theodore Roosevelt

Believe

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Thich Nhat Hanh

Past

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Thomas Carlyle

Strong mind

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Thomas A Dorsey

Valley of peace

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Thomas A Edison

Nor failed

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Thomas Jefferson

Bread earns

Outward forms

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Thomas Paine

Begin again

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Thomas S Monson

Future

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Tia Walker

Cared for

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Tiddy Rowan

Best life

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Timothy Keller

Pain and suffering

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Tina J Richardson

Illusion

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Tom Hanks

Monk

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Tony Nitti

Future

Brain injury

Challenge

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Tony A Gaskins Jnr

Evaluate

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Tracy McMillan

Maturity

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Truman Capote

Good writing bad writing

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Tyron Capote

Success

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