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  • The landlady of the kiddleywink was a kind and motherly soul, and treated me with much sympathy, for she saw I was in trouble, and when I told her that I should not go to the bedroom with Eli, she prepared a bed for me on the window-seat, and left a candle burning for me.

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  • I waited for some few minutes in a state of indecision, then it occurred to me that I had better find an inn, so that I might leave Eli in a place of safety, and on looking round I quickly found a kiddleywink.

    The Birthright

  • Then he left me, and I went away toward the kiddleywink like one dazed.

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  • Eli had that morning paid the landlady at the kiddleywink at Mawgan for our food and lodgings.

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  • When I had arrived at the door of this kiddleywink, I was at a loss what to do, neither could I make out why he had come here.

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  • "Down to the left, past the kiddleywink," came an answering cry.

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  • These and many more phantoms appeared to me until, with a cry of anguish, I rushed back to the kiddleywink again.

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  • Presently, however, I saw that one of the men was the officer to whom Israel Barnicoat had spoken in the kiddleywink.

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  • Helston road until he came to a little beer-house, or as the folks called it a kiddleywink, which he entered.

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  • "He's destroyed the trade of Jemmy Crowle, who do kip a kiddleywink over to Zennor.

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  • Or the Skeezicks, from Uncle Wiggly.

    April 15, 2008

  • This is probably where nefarious characters like skinnymalinks the barber hang out.

    April 15, 2008

  • a beer shop or lowly public house

    April 14, 2008