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  • Worth for track meet and had taken the bus downtown to a place called Barbara's Bookstore, where he discovered his first-ever Hugh Walpole novel.

    The New Yorker

  • At Barbara's funeral in Wisconsin in December 2001, Mr. Olson said, his mother took him aside and told him that he was still a young man and would have to consider dating again.

    The Lawyer

  • I was sitting amongst the fennel in Barbara's garden when your letter was brought, and I read it twice to make sure I understood.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Barbara's eyes flashed, her cheeks were sweetly suffused, and her voice was vibrant.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • I think Barbara's majesty of attainment through vicarious breaking of spirit a greater cause for rejoicing.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • "He does not love her," was Barbara's quick decision, and she laid the open letter down with a definiteness which said that you, too, are laid out and laid low.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • While prices have plunged since the peak, they have steadied out over the past two years, and sales are starting to jump, according to Paul Suding , president of Santa Barbara's Association of Realtors.

    Vacation Homes: Why It May Be Time to Buy

  • Barbara's red T-shirt said "Impeach Everyone," but she said Obama is first on her list.

    Mortgage program hasn't helped enough, some say

  • The heir, the spare and I already headed over to Barbara's bookstore to purchase a copy of 8th Grade Zero.

    Author-friends, Meet Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich

  • I know only that this place is not my home, and it is not Barbara's home, or Junk-el's.

    The Tombwatcher's Tale

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