[continued from the end of the "oam"
It had been a long time since his last ceilidh
and Tobar had changed greatly. ... As they ate, Tobar told of his past
year .... Then all too soon, their brief ceilidh over, Tobar
over to touch his mother's arm and quickly left.
Sternberg, Robert J., & Powell, Janet S. (1983), "Comprehending
Verbal Comprehension", American Psychologist 38: 878-893.