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    I Say Baroness, You Say Baronessa

  • Future pet of the Baronessa Chris Barzak wants to know what other writers read/listen to/watch in the middle of a project.

    December 2006

  • Baronessa! but luckily she died many years before.

    The Italian

  • I was nice to the Baron and Baronessa for Paolo's sake.

    The Princess Passes

  • We followed, the Boy and I, allowing her to walk far ahead, with her triumphant aĆ«ronaut, the Baron and Baronessa, radiant with satisfaction in the success of their plot, arm in arm between the two couples.

    The Princess Passes

  • I invited the Baron and Baronessa to visit me in Aix.

    The Princess Passes

  • She would be well chaperoned, no doubt by the Baronessa.

    The Princess Passes

  • "At all events, it is ridiculous, this flirtation," exclaimed the plump Baronessa.

    The Princess Passes

  • The Baron and Baronessa smiled bleak "society smiles," and a handsome, fair young man frankly glared.

    The Princess Passes

  • "Not for the Baronessa, anyhow," said I. "I should have stopped for a mackintosh and even goloshes, had her safety been hanging in the balance."

    The Princess Passes

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