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... talks for
money, whether at a meeting ...
Tradition Eight, p.166
When an A.A. talks
at a meeting
or to a single newcomer
, it can have a very bad effect
on him, too.
... talks or
thinks of little else.
The Family Afterward, pp.125-126
He may either plunge
on his feet
, or he may be so enthralled
by his new life
that he talks
of little else
... Talks to
Medical Societies by Bill W." ...
Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.570
... talks when
I would still her forebodings ...
Bill's Story, p.2
... talks will
be constructive if they can ...
The Family Afterward, p.127
... talks with
another alcoholic, sharing experience, strength, ...
Foreword to Third Edition, p.xxii
... talks with
this man afterward, and stopped ...
Doctor Bob's Nightmare, p.179
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