Match the following stretches of text:
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For example, the heavy grammar felled the frontier. An individual and overlapping ambiguity developed. Astute concepts serving as memory, rainbows and heavy ideas magnified the sky.
A, a, aar, aas, aer, agh, ah, air, är, are, arh, arre, arrgh, ars, aude, aw, awe, Ayr, Ba, ba, baa, baaaahh, baar, bah, bar, bard, bare, barge, barre, Bayer, beer, bere, beurre, bier, bla, blah, Blair, blare, blear, bleh, blur, boar, board, Boer, boor, bore, bored, Boz, bra, bras, Brer, brrrr, bur, burr, C.O.R.E.
With their origins:
A junk email I received this morning.
The first paragraph of a novella written by a computer.
The first paragraph of a novella written by a widely published poet and professor in creative writing at a major American university.