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  • n. A cooper.

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  • Eventful should supply her with a theme …. admin Uncategorized peter larkin, william cowper, yardley oak

    Peter Larkin reads “Yardley Oak” by William Cowper

  • Now, it chanced many years since that there lived on the Borders a jolly, rattling horse-cowper, who was remarkable for a reckless and fearless temper, which made him much admired, and a little dreaded, amongst his neighbours.

    Waverley

  • Now, it chanced many years since, that there lived on the Borders a jolly, rattling horse-cowper, who was remarkable for a reckless and fearless temper, which made him much admired, and a little dreaded, amongst his neighbours.

    The Waverley

  • Now, it chanced many years since that there lived on the Borders a jolly, rattling horse-cowper, who was remarkable for a reckless and fearless temper, which made him much admired and a little dreaded amongst his neighbours.

    Waverley — Volume 1

  • [On Betters and the Mob] 174 6. william cowper (1731-1800)

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  • To tampa real estate one thousand, if you cowper to do chancellorship x for cyanophyta y in diaper for trackball z, the sneaker sula this shoebox.

    Rational Review

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