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for The Diary of Opal Whiteley
|young man who works on a farm or ranch doing small jobs
"The chore boy is always very mean to the animals."
|Paragraph 509: Example|
"The sunshine on my face felt so good it gave me glad feels all over."
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|house of Sadie McKibben|
|Lars Porsena of Clusium|
|Lars Porsena of Clusium was the name of Opalís pet black crow.
The name comes from a king in ancient Rome in about 580 B.C., who is mentioned in Thomas Macaulay's poem "Horatius at the Bridge" (1842).
|Paragraph 13: Finding the Mamma's thimble
Scene 80: The Death of Lars Porsena
Scene 118: The Death of Lars Porsena of Clusium
"When he baby was full of satisfaction feels we put it to bed."
|Paragraph 484: Example|
|Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus|
Opal has given this name to a wood rat who is one of her favorite pets. Opal very often carries Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus whenever she goes visiting or exploring.
Opal named her pet rat after the poet Thomas Chatterton, and two gods of classical mythology.
|More about: Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus
About: the poet Thomas Chatterton
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