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New Zealand: A Social And Poetic Drama
Agricultural Worker: Please eat the peaches and cream.
Member of the Board of Trustees: We need to clean these green heaters.
Watchman: Charles' heart was far harder than Mark's.
Insurance Agent: Walk to the door in the north porch.
Company Director: Draw the stork with the chalk on the board.
Demonstrator: Do choose the soup then goose for two.
Drover: Hugh was well groomed but moody and aloof.
Examiner: This is an interesting index system.
Forestry Worker: Bill-sticking is prohibited in this English city.
Free-lance photographer: Fetch ten eggs from the red hen's nest.
Gardener: Mend the fence when the weather is better.
Jockey: The sunflowers are covered in butterflies.
Labourer: Don't rush the hut unless you love slugs.
Milk Deliverer: He got a lot of copies of the longer song.
Model: The hot dog wandered through the foggy docks.
Entertainer: Harry was standing by the back taxi rank.
Construction Contractor: Grab the ladder and hang up the banned banners.
Vegetable Gatherers: Calm arm, large barn.
Eel Seller: Warm order! Warm order!
Sharefisher: Cool moon, loser.
Shearer: Wishes – city, dinner, miss, mirror, big sin.
Wholesale Sphagnum Moss Seller: Feather bed spells treasure.
Street Cleaner: Onion – rubber – love – dumb result.
Television Producer: Sombre profit. Bog knowledge. Sob.
Theatrical Performer: Fatter bad man shall hammer. Wrap.
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