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  • The female snarl and the male sulk; A garble with an utter in its claws; The male wedlock cautiously approaching a clump of devil-may-care, the female. (In The New Yorker, July 7, 1945) Renewal R532280
  • The whited sepulchre; The misfit; The American playboy, or spendthrift, also sometimes called (Southern U.S.A.) and others. (In The New Yorker, Aug. 11, 1945) Renewal R534338
  • "Fairy Tales For Our Time; The Princess and the Tin Box," The New Yorker, September 29, 1945, p. 29
  • The femur (left) and the metatarsal; the peeve (or pet peeve); the male and female tryst (In The New Yorker, Oct. 6, 1945) Renewal R535876
  • Flowers and butterflies (In The New Yorker, Nov. 3, 1945) Renewal R541266

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