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Goldilocks
 attrib.— «You remember Goldilocks…With identical curiosity and startlingly similar conclusions, the astronomer now is sampling the stars for conditions to support life.» —“Has the Earth a Corner on Life?” by Kenneth Crist Los Angeles Times June 9, 1935. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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