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“Teas, with Fruit and Cream, Sixpence per head_: and another board which they hoisted in the mazzard-season, saying -- _Sixpence at the”
“Tester – Sixpence – from the French word tête, a head.”
“Sorry disappoint but the Moon and the Sixpence is a very old project, long forgotten.”
“No couple could better play the part of hero and heroine than Malcolm Stevenson, the rich ex-naval officer and 'Sixpence' the provincial dance hostess he comes to love in the course of a dangerous adventure.”
“Sixpence," who is not only a capital cook, but an accomplished English scholar, having spent some months in England.”
“Saturday: "Victorian Christmas Tours" of Frank Lloyd Wright's Oak Park home The Escorts: "Sixpence" by Miles Raymer”
“Sixpence," says Mr. Brewin, "is the third of a poor man's income; if a gentleman, who had 1,000_l. _ a year, or 3_l. _ a day, had to pay one-third of his daily income, a sovereign, for a letter, how often would he write letters of friendship!”
“Somerset Maugham's "The Moon and Sixpence" is for sale at London's Ash Rare Books ashrare.com for £400, for example.”
“Of the complainants, one "Arthur Sixpence" is by far the classiest.”
“Gauguin isn't only the subject of Somerset Maugham's "The Moon and Sixpence," but also of Mario Vargas Llosa's "The Way to Paradise," at least two operas and a piano "Elegy" written in his memory.”
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