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1 large grassy field 1/2 dozen children 2 or 3 small dogs a pinch of a brook or stream some small pebbles
Mix the dogs and children together well. Place them in the field, stirring constantly. Pour the brook over the pebbles. Sprinkle the field with flowers. Spread over all a deep blue sky and bake in a hot sun. When thoroughly browned, remove and set to cool in a bath tub.
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