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  • Vic’d make it easier Without him; and it did at first. I’d play Some jazz-band music and I’d almost feel His arms around me, dancin’; after
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  • I don't blame him because she is very good at acrobatics. I could never jazz bent-kneed on toes for a whole number and end with sixteen cartwheels. Spending
    290 bytes (3,552 words) - 13:13, 12 March 2015
  • violin, alto or tenor saxophone, banjo and jazz-drum. This last-named needs some explanation. The word “jazz” signifies noise in America and is in no way
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  • laughing to the latest jazz rhythm of "Margie-e-e"! Oh boy! What a party this is, I can't wait to dance. I guess I'm just a jazz baby at heart, Lucy thought
    275 bytes (4,167 words) - 16:19, 12 March 2015
  • 93 Sparkling Showers of Notes, Furious Triumphal Piano Playing… Jazz… but What Jazz! THE LOST GODS Dorothy Quick 106 "Gods Are as Real as Their Worshipers
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  • and they set to work smoothing a stretch of ice where she could race for the take-off. In the galley cubby, Mose was singing jazz, and between preparations
    533 bytes (9,148 words) - 16:38, 7 June 2011
  • She can talk, she has an income from her dead aunt. Kirby isn't good in jazz but he is the best in my "Rose" number. That boy was miserable with Ilona
    257 bytes (2,982 words) - 16:22, 12 March 2015
  • sports coat of a flannellettish pink and a large rust-red hat surrounded by jazz flowers was creeping slowly up the drive. It carried a tin hat-box and several
    320 bytes (3,254 words) - 11:21, 14 November 2015
  • the neck and lips met his, hot and passionately. The radio blared out a jazz tune but was not heard by either of them. Paul's mind ran riot then, figures
    269 bytes (3,355 words) - 22:41, 11 February 2015
  • Brown," said Nelly. "He plays the straight for Joe Widgeon. They're the best jazz-and-hokum team on the Keith Circuit." "Oh, hush!" said Mr. Brown modestly
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  • an acrobat. Not on Broadway, where they expected all sorts of tricks and jazz sur le point. In a recital it would be different: Beman would see she was
    275 bytes (7,541 words) - 21:44, 16 March 2015
  • music of an orchestra which abstains wholly from the noisy modernity of jazz. To Archie, who during the past few days had been privileged to hear Miss
    262 bytes (2,926 words) - 05:13, 12 May 2012
  • her better he'd realize she was closer to what interested him than Lucy, a jazz baby. She'd tell him she always read what he wrote. Sometime tonight. But
    293 bytes (4,249 words) - 21:36, 11 March 2015
  • ramshackle street where to jangle, bang, and saxa-moan that razzle dazzle 1919 jazz beat out a new syncopatic rhythm. wailed those who had no such intention
    272 bytes (4,455 words) - 20:57, 9 March 2015
  • had warned gravely, was a serious art, not to be coarsened with that cheap jazz. But now, listening to Lucy, she decided that a dancer should be versatile
    304 bytes (3,670 words) - 20:50, 11 March 2015
  • Babbitt, was giving a Sunday supper. His wife Louetta, young Louetta who loved jazz in music and in clothes and laughter, was at her wildest. She cried, "We'll
    17 KB (2,993 words) - 12:08, 16 April 2012
  • Tinka. The hard briskness of the phonograph contented them; their store of jazz records made them feel wealthy and cultured; and all they knew of creating
    22 KB (3,858 words) - 12:23, 16 April 2012
  • Miss Minnie Sonntag that persons who let a night go by without dancing to jazz music were crabs, pikers, and poor fish; and he roared "You bet!" when Mrs
    32 KB (5,767 words) - 12:04, 16 April 2012
  • of course, I go to lots of these highbrow concerts, but I do like a good jazz orchestra, right up on its toes, with the fellow that plays the bass fiddle
    22 KB (4,083 words) - 12:08, 16 April 2012
  • temptations. There was nothing left but heaven, where he would meet only those who, like him, had wasted earth. ==Page:Tales of the Jazz Age.djvu/293==
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