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  •  (1890)  The Botanic Gardens at Kew By Frederik Atherton Fernald 1154084Popular Science Monthly Volume 37 May 1890 — The Botanic Gardens at Kew By Frederik
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  • my dimpled water well, And leave my heather blooms. Alas! and as my home I neared, How very big my nurse appeared, How great and cool the rooms!
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  • now well and old, Take, nurse, the little book you hold! And grant it, Heaven, that all who read May find as dear a nurse at need, And every child
    266 bytes (153 words) - 11:36, 18 August 2015
  • room, where the nurse left her in bed. Did she sleep? We cannot say; but at dawn the songs of the birds that made their nests in the garden caused her to
    651 bytes (12,740 words) - 21:39, 25 September 2012
  • horrible way. "It's Colin," she said. "He's having one of those tantrums the nurse called hysterics. How awful it sounds." As she listened to the sobbing screams
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  • from an attack made on him on that ground in the 'Literary Gazette.' Mr. George Moore, the novelist, issued in 1885 'Literature at Nurse, or Circulating
    345 bytes (799 words) - 11:57, 27 June 2012
  • before the dwarf left the queen, he followed us one day into those gardens, and my nurse having set me down, he and I being close together, near some dwarf
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  • not remember any house in Deptford that had green trees in its garden. And the nurse had said something about the pleasant fields and orchards. Those
    302 bytes (7,424 words) - 06:31, 5 April 2016
  • who had been in service with the gentry, first as a wet-nurse, afterwards as a children's nurse, expressed herself with refinement, and a soft, sedate
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  • for necklaces. How to be a Good Nurse.—Six things, says a doctor writing on the subject, are necessary to a good nurse: Strong, equable health; sound nerve;
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  • gardens,      a well of living waters,      flowing streams from Lebanon. Beloved 16Awake, north wind and come, you south!      Blow on my garden
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  • taught the queens of France, Spain, and Naples, was followed only by an old nurse and a faithful servant, and no notice of her death was taken by the daily
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  • of hours.’ ‘Oh, nurse! and with lips blood-red?’ ‘Darling, in Connor's famed court, I've heard of as fair a young knight.’ ‘Oh, nurse ! I've loved him
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  • a clear or distinct voice, except when I am angry; but I am a very good nurse, when people do not fancy themselves sick. Mr. Gay knows this; and he knows
    996 bytes (905 words) - 23:51, 17 December 2014
  • girl's brow. They called the nurse and said to her: "Nurse, what does this mean? are our nephew and niece alive?": The nurse watched at the window until
    520 bytes (2,920 words) - 18:39, 8 September 2010
  • Knight1890 HAMILTON, Mrs. (fl. 1745–1772), actress, made her first recorded appearance at Covent Garden on 12 Dec. 1745 as the Queen in ‘King Henry V.’ She
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  • to give him over almost entirely into the hands of hired nurses. The reign of the first nurse was very short, she being accidentally discovered in a public-house
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  • He met a nurse .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        
    657 bytes (184 words) - 20:38, 7 February 2016
  • Chapter 13: The Grand Tour of the Gardens 233197The Little White Bird — Chapter 13: The Grand Tour of the GardensJ. M. Barrie You must see for yourselves
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  • Romans. TAMORA, Queen of the Goths LAVINIA, Daughter to Titus Andronicus A NURSE, and a black CHILD. Kinsmen to Titus, Senators, Tribunes, Officers, Soldiers
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