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Today's Stichomancy for Ricky Martin

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Sportsman by Xenophon:

they lie slack."

Lastly, for the purpose of carrying the nets and hayes, for either sort[20] there must be a bag of calf-skin; and billhooks to cut down branches and stop gaps in the woods when necessary.[21]

[20] Reading, with Lenz, {ekaterois}, or if, as C. Gesner conj., {e ekatera}, transl. "or either separately."

[21] Or, "for the purpose of felling wood and stopping up gaps where necessary."

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There are two breeds of sporting dogs: the Castorian and the fox- like.[1] The former get their name from Castor, in memory of the

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Richard III by William Shakespeare:

TYRREL. Let me have open means to come to them, And soon I'll rid you from the fear of them. KING RICHARD. Thou sing'st sweet music. Hark, come hither, Tyrrel. Go, by this token. Rise, and lend thine ear. [Whispers] There is no more but so: say it is done, And I will love thee and prefer thee for it. TYRREL. I will dispatch it straight. Exit

Re-enter BUCKINGHAM

BUCKINGHAM. My lord, I have consider'd in my mind The late request that you did sound me in.


Richard III
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Vailima Letters by Robert Louis Stevenson:

of an unfaithful servant, found a method of conducting similar interviews in the future, and fell in my own liking. One thing more: I learned a fresh tolerance for the dead -; he too had learned - perhaps had invented - the trick of this manner; God knows what weakness, what instability of feeling, lay beneath. CE QUE C'EST QUE DE NOUS! poor human nature; that at past forty I must adjust this hateful mask for the first time, and rejoice to find it effective; that the effort of maintaining an external smile should confuse and embitter a man's soul.

To-day I have not weeded; I have written instead from six