Pau Varnel

Varnel, Pau
December 2000
Bay Windows;12/21/2000, pN.PAG
Comments on the preference of people to make New Year's resolutions. Aspiration of people to improve their attitudes; Failure of other people to fulfill their resolutions; Significance of New Year's resolutions.


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