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  • This apple has a fantastic crisp, refreshing texture, and a perfect taste balance between sweet and apple-tart.

    Food and Drink

  • With her scent, with the. apple-tart sweetness of her swollen flesh.

    The Ideal Bride

  • She could not bear that her master should not be able to have another apple-tart this spring.

    Emma

  • She returned with chicken and ham, cold apple-tart and cream, and a little jug of cider.

    The Beth Book Being a Study of the Life of Elizabeth Caldwell Maclure, a Woman of Genius

  • "Now I'll be even with you for that sawdust," cried he, as he pocketed two boiled eggs, and bit an immense piece out of an apple-tart, which he would have demolished completely but for the prompt interposition of its owner.

    The Garies and Their Friends

  • 'You've only just given me apple-tart, Mr Howroyd.

    Sarah's School Friend

  • So, much as Sarah would have liked to prevent her uncle from offering 'such an unfashionable mixture' as apple-tart and cheese, she abstained.

    Sarah's School Friend

  • Then she took a spoonful of apple-tart, put a square piece of cheese in the middle of it, and ate it; but hastily took a chocolate out of the box, put it in her mouth, and said, 'Delicious!'

    Sarah's School Friend

  • Come, you like new things; just try cheese and apple-tart; it's a very good mixture, to my mind, 'said Mr

    Sarah's School Friend

  • Mr Howroyd, as he helped Horatia to apple-tart and handed her the cheese; for at Howroyd's Mill no maid waited at lunch.

    Sarah's School Friend

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