buyAverage success. Good luck. Compensation. Reward. Average success. Good luck. Compensation. Reward.
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hillsEasy achievement. Easy earnings. Financial gains. To dream of climbing hills is good if the top is reached, but if you fall back, you will have much envy and contrariness to fight against. See Ascend and Descend
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morningTo see the morning dawn clear in your dreams, prognosticates a near approach of fortune and pleasure. A cloudy morning, portends weighty affairs will overwhelm you.
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roadAchievement of something. Direction. Ask yourself about your life's path. Traveling over a rough, unknown road in a dream, signifies new undertakings, which will bring little else than grief and loss of time. If the road is bordered with trees and flowers, there will be some pleasant and unexpected fortune for you. If friends accompany you, you will be successful in building an ideal home, with happy children and faithful wife, or husband. To lose the road, foretells that you will make a mistake in deciding some question of trade, and suffer loss in consequence.
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wakeTo dream that you attend a wake, denotes that you will sacrifice some important engagement to enjoy some ill-favored assignation. For a young woman to see her lover at a wake, foretells that she will listen to the entreaties of passion, and will be persuaded to hazard honor for love.
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