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Richard Froude

The Doctors evolved from a Kentucky tribe originally confined to the periphery. Their
cooperation with Design enabled movement toward the interior through a network
of gymnasiums. Here, the gymnasium functions much like the early Church: a place
of fellowship, a physical center where members find support. New gymnasiums are
consecrated with the names of elders, posthumous converts, or simply the city that
the gymnasium replaces. Always in perfect symmetry, they may be constructed in
minutes. Although most are built of set loam, there are several instances of sand,
mirrors, or water as a substitute.

Richard Froude

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