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  • in Marriage unto Thee -817- Glass was the Street — in tinsel Peril -1498- Glee — The great storm is over — -619- Glory is that bright tragic thing -1660-
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  • 1890890Q6796103Mary Gleed TuttiettMary GleedTuttiettTuttiett,_Mary Gleed18461923British writer; wrote under the pseudonym Maxwell Gray The Silence of
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  • -616- Don't put up my Thread and Needle — -617- At leisure is the Soul -618- Glee — The great storm is over — -619- It makes no difference abroad — -620- I
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  • hallowing of Pain -772- Deprived of other Banquet, -773- It is a lonesome Glee — -774- If Blame be my side — forfeit Me — -775- The Color of a Queen, is
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  • my Regard — -747- It feels a shame to be Alive — -444- It is a lonesome Glee — -774- It is an honorable Thought -946- It is easy to work when the soul
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  • Glee — The great storm is over — by Emily Dickinson 619 5869Glee — The great storm is over — — 619Emily Dickinson
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  • It is a lonesome Glee — by Emily Dickinson 774 6090It is a lonesome Glee — — 774Emily Dickinson It is a lonesome Glee — Yet sanctifies the Mind
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  • edited by George Grove Glee Club, The by Charles Mackeson 1504567A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Glee Club, The1900 GLEE CLUB, THE. This club
    307 bytes (418 words) - 02:09, 28 June 2013
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Glee 4866321911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Glee GLEE, a musical term for a part-song of a particular
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  •  (1900)  edited by George Grove Glee by John Hullah 1504566A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Glee1900 GLEE. A piece of unaccompanied vocal
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  • share of night to bear" 14 III. Rouge et Noir 15 IV. Rouge gagne 16 V. "Glee! the storm is over" 17 VI. "If I can stop one heart from breaking" 18 VII
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  • garland by," glee, three voices "Come, fill the board," glee, four voices ; "O, thou sweet bird," glee, four voices ; and "Adieu, ye streams," glee, four voices
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  • by Ella Wheeler Wilcox: "Life" ("Life, like a romping schoolboy, full of glee,"), in Poems of Cheer (1910) "Life" ("Oh! I feel the growing glory"), in
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  • soon distinguished himself as a glee-composer, winning one of the Catch Club's prizes in 1782 with the serious glee, ‘See what horrid Tempests rise.’
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  • ReginaldJames Cuthbert Hadden1898 SPOFFORTH, REGINALD (1770–1827), glee composer, the son of a currier, was born at Southwell, Nottinghamshire, in
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  • excellent glees and other pieces of vocal harmony, most of which have been published. In 1811 the Glee Club awarded him a prize for his Cheerful Glee, 'Beauties
    334 bytes (214 words) - 23:24, 25 June 2013
  • at rest,     Then we do zwarm, O,     Wi’ such a charm, O,  So vull o’ glee by the welshnut tree. A-leavèn father in-doors, a-leinèn  In his girt chair
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  • the Fairies 144 Evening Song 162 Fairy Ring, The 144 Follow Me, Full of Glee 163 Geography Song 151 Golden Rule, The 156 Haymaking Song 140 Jingle Bells
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  • three Brighter or darker of tinge or dye. Some fly light as a laugh of glee, Some fly soft as a low long sigh: All to the haven where each would be
    249 bytes (103 words) - 08:28, 9 March 2013
  • compelled to maintain one or more teams in athletics, with frequently a glee club in addition—not in any sense for amusement or for improvement, but for
    729 bytes (1,913 words) - 21:52, 24 August 2015

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