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  • was prepared to the extent of two full noggins of brandy. Moreover, he was well aware that Norwood was the asylum to which the more dangerous of lunatics
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  • “What is the matter?” I asked him as we went along the silent pavement at Norwood. “Nothing,” he replied. “Nothing!” and I did not trouble him further. We
    79 bytes (4,529 words) - 17:04, 30 July 2012
  • business, that he should have been happy to have seen me at his house at Norwood to celebrate our becoming connected, but for his domestic arrangements
    35 KB (6,542 words) - 21:40, 13 April 2012
  • subdues chills, but does not prevent a relapse of febrile affections; brandy neither cures nor subdues dyspepsia, but merely interrupts it with a transient
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  • distinguished before the country had been settled half a century. Colonel Norwood, in describing his sojourn on the Eastern Shore after his shipwreck, relates
    86 KB (14,834 words) - 22:24, 17 April 2012
  • proverbially a serious undertaking. Like an over-weening predilection for brandy-and-water, it is a misfortune into which a man easily falls, and from which
    30 KB (5,230 words) - 21:18, 9 May 2009
  • County (16), Connecticut, on the Thames River, 36 m. SE. of Hartford. Norwood (24), a healthy southern suburban district of London, at one time the locality
    119 KB (19,031 words) - 18:44, 27 September 2010
  • it cleared I found my collar-ends undone and the tingling after-taste of brandy upon my lips. Holmes was bending over my chair, his flask in his hand. "My
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  • Studies IN Romani Philology. By Alfkeh L. Woolner. I. . 119 III. The Norwood Gypsies and their Vocabulary. By Eric Otto WiNSTEUT ....... 129 IV. Bkioiit's
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  • actually occurred. The Professor was living in a small villa in Upper Norwood, but we were informed by the servant that he was away from home. Seeing
    40 KB (7,517 words) - 06:15, 14 April 2012
  • There are few manufactures; among the chief are the making of wine and brandy in the Cape province, and flour-milling. Cattle and mealies constitute the
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  • it cleared I found my collar-ends undone and the tingling aftertaste of brandy upon my lips. Holmes was bending over my chair, his flask in his hand. “My
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  • Trinity College, Cambridge, Slade Professor of Art at Cambridge, born at Norwood; contributor to the journals on art and literature; has written Lives of
    511 KB (78,445 words) - 18:00, 27 September 2010
  • and hours I had devoted to fagging about town, and to and fro upon the Norwood Road, ‘I have abundance of time.’ ‘I know you would not mind,’ said Agnes
    46 KB (8,463 words) - 21:42, 13 April 2012
  • was a silly, extravagant little fool. Had made George take a house in Norwood. Live up to a lot of people better off than themselves. I saw her once;
    67 KB (12,877 words) - 02:43, 13 September 2009
  • Buckingham, 1st Duke of (in part); Buckingham, 2nd Duke of. C. Bordone. Brandy; Brewing. Bright, John. Boissy D’Anglais, François Antoine de. Bonaventura
    166 bytes (51 words) - 00:10, 26 February 2011
  • centre. After a shower the land is as viscid and muddy as that about Upper Norwood, and such indeed is the condition of the whole country, especially at Kana
    79 KB (13,974 words) - 18:46, 26 March 2011
  • had harboured them for some time, but, after robbing several houses of brandy and other articles, they got on a drinking bout, and returned their host's
    243 bytes (37,329 words) - 16:52, 6 May 2011
  • home. Il6 BY ORDER OF THE CZAR. Dolly Norcott lives with her parents at Norwood, but spends most of her time at Westbury Lodge, St. John's Wood Road. They
    328 bytes (128,421 words) - 03:54, 9 November 2014
  • him, for example's sake, though the man be a good man, and one whom, for Norwood's sake, I would be kind to; but I will not offer any thing to the excusing
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