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  • Goes by the name of Dotty, which is apt enough since she is a bit dotty.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • Ah, grandma Parlin, you little knew what you were undertaking when you called Dotty Dimple into the back parlor next morning, and began to talk about that money!

    Dotty Dimple's Flyaway

  • So it was that, early one morning, with no clouds in the sky, the sun creeping up in the east, and a sharp nip in the air, we set out on the main road that would lead us to the commweaver known as Dotty.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • It was alleged Bereng had a sister called Dotty Bereng, but her whereabouts were unknown.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Why, here she is," called Dotty from the piazza; "come, Fly; we're going wheel-barrowing."

    Dotty Dimple's Flyaway

  • Still, when auntie had called Dotty a tol'ably good girl, she must have known it was a mistake!

    Dotty Dimple At Home

  • So one Wednesday afternoon, when Susy was away, Prudy called Dotty into the nursery, and shut the door.

    Little Prudy's Dotty Dimple

  • His marriage to Dorothy "Dotty" Dorfman ended in divorce.

    Robert J. Clark, accountant

  • I'm also pretty excited about "Dotty" coming from Erica Perl & Julia Denos - wow that art!

    Books I Have Decided I Want

  • All series for young children, such as Dotty Dimples and Little Colonels.

    Library Work with Children

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