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“I heard of one king, of the name Ane, who lived to such an age that he became as an infant, toothless and existing upon the food of an infant, and he spent all his days in his bed drinking milk from a horn.”
“Belach n-Ane, that is the name of that place for ever.”
“Ane," it seems, was the usual word for wild duck, the falcon's prey, and Marion knew it as well as he, but she chose to misunderstand him: --”
“a recess decorated with palms, where, in a robe worthy of 'Peau d'Ane' in the story, and absolutely a novelty in the world of fashions robe all embroidered with gold and rubies, which glittered with every movement made by the wearer -- Madame de Villegry was pouring out Russian tea and”
“Norwegian singer/songwriter Ane Brun would be an excellent choice for the reunion.”
“Ane people, do you have to use profanity when you express an opinion?”
“N3, The vseles morion shall On crooke hang by the wall. c1600 Diurnal of Occurrents (1833) 212 Ane greit number of hagbittis, corslattis and mirriounis, togedder with some vyne [etc.]. c1600 Hist.”
“For Pan Am costume designer Ane Crabtree, the energy and excitement during that era of possibilities a fledgling NASA, young and charismatic JFK is reflected in its youth, such as Maggie, and their fashions.”
“Ane Crabtree: We're so lucky because Nancy Ganis, who is our executive producer and who created this story, was a Pan Am stewardess.”
“Soundtrack: “Koop Island Blues” by Koop featuring Ane Brun (on iTunes).”
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