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  • Buckman's fetishist sister, Alys, is a whole other flavor of nuts.

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  • "Alys," said Matthiette, with unwonted humbleness.

    The Line of Love Dizain des Mariages

  • Its connection with her dropping "Alys" forever was slight, however.

    Alice Adams

  • She went down the stairs, buttoning her gloves and still wearing the frown with which she had put "Alys" finally out of her life.

    Alice Adams

  • Alice's "Alys" period -- most girls go through it; and Alice must have felt that she had graduated, for, after frowning thoughtfully at the exhibit this morning, she took the box with its contents, and let the white shower fall from her fingers into the waste-basket beside her small desk.

    Alice Adams

  • "Alys," she said abruptly, "I really think you ought to go out to

    The Sturdy Oak A composite Novel of American Politics by fourteen American authors

  • So I also love reading Alys Fowler in Weekend magazine, especially when she is writing about her own vegetables and herbs.

    Good to meet you: Christine Alker

  • "I uniformly hear from attorneys and counseling advocates on the ground that the HOPE Hotline simply parrots back what the servicers have said," said Alys Cohen, an attorney with the National Consumer Law Center.

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  • 'Against the mighty forces of the assembled star-kings, the army of Valkyr counted for almost nothing; but the savage fighting men of the Edge carried with them their talisman -- Alys Imperatrix, uncrowned sovereign of the Galaxy, Heiress of the Thousand Emperors ...'

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  • Alys sez, A new bill is due to be introduced Thursday in the Canadian House of Commons that will give police the ability to eavesdrop on online communications.

    Boing Boing


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