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Appendix II, Spiritual Experience, p.567
... described both
as its director of publicity ...
Tradition Six, p.158
... described by
the members themselves as 'self-insurance.'
Appendix V, The Religious View on A.A., p.572
... described from
the alcoholic's point of view, ...
... described in
The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxv
... described only
Step Two, p.25
He is in a state
can be described
only as savage
... described the
symptoms and results as well ...
To Employers, p.138
to me like
to be helpful
, so I spent two hours talking
, and described
as I could.
... described their
drinking experiences and recoveries.
... described them
as "a necessary evil."
Tradition Eight, p.168
... described to
him as one of a ...
Working With Others, p.90
You should be described
to him as one
of a fellowship
who, as part
of their own recovery
to help others
and who will
to him if he cares
... described to
you, where you may now ...
A Vision For You, p.162
Then, in this eastern city
there are informal meetings such
as we have described
to you, where you may now see scores
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