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“I entered the Pet Palaces hyper-fluorescent lit interior and spent seventy-some dollars getting Dog-boy a stainless steel bowl set, several chew-bones the size of an Easter Island head, and a short leash with a chain big enough to serve as a watch-fob for King Kong.”
“Mark Twain had the two half-shells incised firmly in gold, and one of these he wore on his watch-fob, and sent the other to Margaret.”
“He saw her beside him in the trap, watching with bright, eager eyes the striding bays, and later tugging at his watch-fob.”
“It would be unpardonable to love a plain man whom Fashion could not seduce, whose sense of right dictated his life, a man who does not walk perpendicular in a standing collar, and sport a watch-fob, and twirl a cane.”
Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women On the Various Duties of Life, Physical, Intellectual, And Moral Development; Self-Culture, Improvement, Dress, Beauty, Fashion, Employment, Education, The Home Relations, Their Duties To Young Men, Marriage, Womanhood And Happiness.
“She crept, until she saw his watch-fob dangling against the counter, and then her heart made a call.”
“Suddenly, out of the air in front of Seaton, a man materialized: a man identical with him in every feature and detail, even to the smudge of grease under one eye, the small wrinkles in his heavy blue serge suit, and the emblem of the American Chemical Society upon his watch-fob.”
“She was without her jacket but wore a man's starched piqué waistcoat over her white shirtwaist, and from one pocket there dangled a man's watch-fob of braided leather.”
“When she was dressed a man's linen waistcoat with a black silk watch-fob hanging from the pocket added further to the unfeminine _tout ensemble_.”
“I know," says I. "If tags came with marriage licenses I might wear one on my watch-fob to show, I expect.”
“At length he gave it up in despair and abstractedly felt for his watch-fob.”
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