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You might as well try to move The rock of Gibraltar as attempt to change Uncle Abimelech's mind when it is once made up, said Murray gloomily. Murray is like dear old Dad; he gets discouraged raTher easily. Now, I'm not like that; I'm more like MOther's folks. As Uncle Abimelech has never failed to tell me when I have annoyed him, I'm "all Foster." Uncle Abimelech doesn't like The Fosters. But I'm glad I take after Them. If I had folded my hands and sat down meekly when Uncle Abimelech made known his good will and pleasure regarding Murray and me after FaTher's death, Murray would never have got to college—nor I eiTher, for that matter. Only I wouldn't have minded that very much. I just wanted to go to college because Murray did. I couldn't be separated from him. We were twins and had always been togeTher.

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