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  • And since the coupole had their 4-year-old with them at the time, Meredity recalls how the nurses and social worker pitched in to take care of him until a family friend was able to travel to CHOP to bring him home.

    SCT -- Warmington-Fluharty

  • After a coupole of weeks, he will wish he was back in the legislature enjoying life and spending our money.

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  • Un peintre célèbre travaillait, sur un échafaudage élevé, à l'une des fresques qui ornent la coupole de Saint-Paul de Londres.

    French Conversation and Composition

  • Et, O ces voix d'enfants, chantant dans la coupole!

    The Waste Land

  • Et, o ces voix d'enfants chantent dans la coupole.

    Confessions of a Young Man

  • Signior's palace, into which he gained admission as the assistant of a watchmaker who was employed to regulate the clocks, says that the eunuch who received them at the entrance of the harem, conducted them into a hall: "Cette salle est incrustee de porcelaines fines; et le lambris doré et azuré qui orne le fond d'une coupole qui regne au-dessus, est des plus riches ....

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 6

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