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More About Alcoholism, p.39
Step Twelve, p.121
... age --
among them, many in their teens.
Foreword to Third Edition, p.xxii
of the A.A.
than 30 years
in their teens
... age characterized
by the ease with which ...
We Agnostics, p.52
Is not our age characterized
by the ease
with which we discard old ideas
, by the complete readiness
with which we throw away
for something new
... age, gender,
race, and culture -- have widened ...
Foreword to Fourth Edition, p.xxiii
... age of
fifty-five, after a successful and ...
More About Alcoholism, p.32
... age of
miracles is still with us.
A Vision For You, p.153
... age-old, baffling
... age-old perplexities,
but our own experience does ...
Step Twelve, p.117
... age-old public
health and social problem, alcoholism ...
Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
... age-old riddle
of alcoholism, He can solve ...
To Wives, p.116
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