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THE GIFT OF THE MAGI
NE dollar and eighty-
seven cents. That was
all. And sixty cents of it
was in pennies. Pennies saved
one and two at a time by bull-
dozing the grocer and the vege-
table man and the butcher until
one's cheeks burned with the
silent imputation of parsimony
that such close dealing implied.
Three times Della counted it.
One dollar and eighty-seven

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