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  • To Dulcet: Before I got my scanner, I just used my digital camera.

    Yay Wiki! Go Wiki! - A Dress A Day

  • To Dulcet: Some craft stores sell cheap plaid fabric for making school uniforms.

    More Holiday Shopping! - A Dress A Day

  • Our friend Dove Dulcet, the well-known sub-caliber poet, has recently issued a slender volume of verses called _Peanut Butter_.

    Mince Pie

  • Our friend Dove Dulcet, the poet, came into our kennel and found us arm in arm with a deep demijohn of Chester County cider.

    Pipefuls

  • First published in “Drum-Taps, ” 1865, under title of “Do You Ask Dulcet Rhymes From Me?

    Notes, 190–199

  • Or how could pretty Miss Dulcet -- all sentiment, it is true, but all bashful timidity -- appall Captain Smirke from proposing with, 'Did not you think the parson's sermon a little too dry in -- MY

    My Novel — Complete

  • Or how could pretty Miss Dulcet -- all sentiment, it is true, but all bashful timidity -- appall Captain Smirke from proposing with, 'Did not you think the parson's sermon a little too dry in -- MY Novel'?

    My Novel — Volume 12

  • Dulcet tones and deep bass lines immediately snared me as I swung my camera behind my back and got down with those around me.

    JamBase

  • [57] Antonio Palau y Dulcet, _Manuel del Librero Hispano-Americano_,

    Doctrina Christiana The first book printed in the Philippines, Manila, 1593.

  • Dulcet Cuisine's Mild Indian Curry Ketchup (best condiment); Hancock Gourmet Lobster Company's

    New York Press

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