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The tiny hand of my son, held tightly (a) (ii) within, mine a minute ago was clenched tight. I looked down (b)(iii) at the curly head of the sturdy boy aged three. He stood (c) (iv) beside me, seriously watching the antics (d) (i)of the green parrots as (e) (iv) they jumped (f) (i) from the perch to the floor of the cage and climbed up to the roof. The parrots had wicked black eyes and tiny tongues that fascinated us.


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