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  • Everyone petted her, and 'Daisey', as they called her, was in a fair way to have her head turned.

    Little Women

  • That ` s precisely what another "Daisey" is in the process of doing.

    The Student Operated Press

  • We shall call her Daisey, so as not to have two Megs, and I suppose the mannie will be Jack, unless we find a better name, "said Amy, with aunt-like interest.

    Little Women

  • We shall call her Daisey, so as not to have two Megs, and I suppose the mannie will be Jack, unless we find a better name, "said Amy, with aunt-like interest.

    Little Women

  • Indeed, Mr. Daisey himself recently wrote about Shenzhen in a sobersided op-ed column published in the New York Times.

    The Technogeek's Lament

  • The trouble with "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," as with all theatrical journalism, is that Mr. Daisey is in essence asking us to take his word for it.

    The Technogeek's Lament

  • Indeed, it's downright startling to hear him call China "a fascist country run by thugs," or speak of the "useful idiots" of the tech press who look the other way at the horrors of life in Shenzhen, which Mr. Daisey pungently describes as "a Stalinist wet dream."

    The Technogeek's Lament

  • Mr. Daisey used to worship at the Apple altar, and Jobs, he says, was "the only hero I ever had."

    The Technogeek's Lament

  • Much of what Mr. Daisey tells us has, of course, been reported elsewhere.

    The Technogeek's Lament

  • Mr. Daisey claims to have talked his way into some of these factories, and to have spoken to some of the leaders of the illegal "secret unions" that are struggling to improve conditions in Shenzhen.

    The Technogeek's Lament

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