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  • proper n. The Salvation Army.

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Examples

  • Twice I came across it, once at a Centuary 21 Realestate firm in Petawawa OntarioCanadian Army Base and once again at a Sally Ann in Ottawa up for auction, of course I didn't have the money to bid on it but admired it from afar for a little while.

    Frederick Morgan - The Dancing Bear

  • Right now a character in my upcoming novel is based on a real woman, named Sally Ann, who writes hysterical editorials in our local newspaper.

    Interview with Elizabeth Atkinson

  • I was at the Sally Ann looking for cheap Sword & Sorcery paperbacks they all seem to end up at the Sally Ann when the woman organizing the book shelves pulls a copy of The Exorcist off the shelf and says, The Exorcist?

    Just had a weird experience...

  • Almost all my pantry containers are Sally Ann finds.

    A reluctant splurge « knitnut.net

  • Sally Ann lives with Nigel in his tent and does all the hard work at the B&B while Nigel goes off on yet another quest; this time he has visions of being a hired hand on a boat and sailing the seas of the world.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Stobrod took a turn at Peas in the Pot, and then at Sally Ann, and so on through his entire repertoire of six tunes.

    Cold Mountain

  • Dave's farm j'ined Sally Ann's, and they had a lawsuit once about the way a fence ought to run, and Sally Ann beat him.

    Aunt Jane of Kentucky

  • They used to tell how Silas Petty mourned for forty days, and, as Sally Ann said, he had about as much religion as old Dan Tucker's Derby ram.

    Aunt Jane of Kentucky

  • On her head she wore an old calico bonnet several sizes too large and the gingham dress which scarcely reached to her bare, brown knees would not have done, a few months ago, for even Sally Ann. In one hand Virgie carried a small tin bucket filled with berries; in the other she clutched a doll lovingly against her breast.

    The Littlest Rebel

  • Ann Mayhew, and she that wuz Sally Ann told the minister's wife, and she told her aunt, and her aunt told my son-in-law's mother, and Miss

    Samantha at the World's Fair

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