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storybook life

An individual's life experiences of such nature as to be worthy of an award winning biography.
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His life story was the totality of the sum of cross sections from the lives of Sam Clemons, Richard E. Byrd, Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie and Donald Trump.

Submitted by WerterBuch on June 21, 2015

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