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“Now does my good Lord run over his bead-roll of proverbs; of black oxen, wild oats, long lanes, and so forth.”
“There is a long and illustrious bead-roll of authors from Bernardino de Laredo to Saint”
“A simple bead-roll is enough; it represents their family likeness and family monotony.”
“Nothing in the bead-roll, or devotional offering of the morning, had he overlooked; the divers dishes that followed had been scrupulously partaken of, and then only -- as a man not to be hurried from the altar or the table -- had he emerged from his tent.”
“The grand bead-roll of the virtues of the Flower of Kings contains the principles that guided his life; he used to read with exquisite appreciation these lines: --”
“There is a long and illustrious bead-roll of authors from Bernardino de Laredo to Saint Theresa to prove the contrary.”
“On the bead-roll of those who have had both the ability and the courage to take a stand for our music, the name of Frank van der”
Contemporary American Composers Being a Study of the Music of This Country, Its Present Conditions and Its Future, with Critical Estimates and Biographies of the Principal Living Composers; and an Abundance of Portraits, Fac-simile Musical Autographs, and Compositions
“When Mrs. Noxon announced her charity circus people wondered if even she would dare include Mrs. Cheever on her bead-roll.”
“This catalogue was also known as the "bead-roll" and the prayers as "bidding the beads".”
“All these make a fairly good bead-roll of love-affairs for a busy, ugly, and half-savage man.”
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