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  • Forty Carrots is serving up some damn good frozen yogurt inside Bloomingdales [Blondie & Brownie]

    Midtown Links (Mid-Week Fro-Yo Edition) | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Only all this time the little yellow sixpenny lay safely hidden away in Carrots 'paint-box.

    "Carrots": Just a Little Boy

  • "I can't believe that Carrots is greedy, or cunning, or obstinate," said his mother, when she had heard all.

    "Carrots": Just a Little Boy

  • And though it was the very first time in Carrots 'life that he had gone to bed without kind old nurse to tuck him up, he did not feel unhappy, for Floss reminded him what a good thing it was that their mother had nurse with her now she was ill, and besides, Sybil's French maid Denise was very kind and merry, and not at all "stuck up" or grand.

    "Carrots": Just a Little Boy

  • "Oh auntie," she cried, "we are so tired – poor Carrots is I mean, and so hungry, and I thought you had forgotten us, and we're so far away from mamma."

    "Carrots": Just a Little Boy

  • Symbol 1: Carrots [a play on the Yiddish word mehren, to increase], or

    The Full Feed from

  • "Of course you are," said Captain Desart; "and Carrots is big enough, too, to understand the very plain rule that he is not to touch what does not belong to him.

    "Carrots": Just a Little Boy

  • First the sword and four long scepters with crowns were carried up the aisle, followed by the limping queen, then her ladies-in-waiting, including the duchess known as Carrots and Lady Masham, who had a red nose.


  • The Wall Street Journal has today had a look at the Iran situation in an opinion piece entitled Carrots for the Mullahs, expressing the view that giving them incentives is a surefire path to a nuclear Iran.

    The wages of appeasement

  • Symbol 1: Carrots [a play on the Yiddish word mehren, to increase], Fenugreek [Hilbe in



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