A mediocre, poorly patronized restaurant, closed many weeks for alterations, finally reopened, resplendent with fresh paint, new furniture and fixtures, and an attractive outdoor sign. In the front window, flanked by baskets of flowers, a large placard announced: UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT As a Christian Scientist who daily passed that corner stopped to admire the new decor on opening day, the familiar words of the placard suddenly took on new meaning.
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