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  • All, "and a mother of fifty odd years successfully transformed into a child of nine – Fanchon; is in blissful ignorance of" Pinafore "and" Mikado, "and yet she lives and has theaters.

    Six Months in Mexico

  • "Fanchon," said she, "I will make one condition with you: I will take you into my service if you will tell me whether you ever saw the Lady of Beaumanoir."

    The Golden Dog

  • Fanchon Stinger has worked at FOX 2 since 1997 and is currently the co-host of the station's morning news program.

    Fanchon Stinger Involved in Detroit Sludge Scandal

  • (She rapturously kisses a bracelet on each arm which contains the miniature representations of those two young persons.) “Yes, Mimi! yes, Fanchon! you know I do, you dear, dear little things! and if they were to die, or you were to die, your poor mistress would die too!”

    The Virginians

  • On June 5, the exodus was joined by Fanchon the Cricket, along with her mother cricket.

    Mark Twain

  • The correspondent for the Alta California, who would take them there, found himself filling the “celebrity” vacuum created by the defaulting of Beecher, Sherman, the Drummer Boy, and Fanchon the Cricket.

    Mark Twain

  • Nine years earlier, Fanchon had been a hospital nurse.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • Mama Fanchon kissed me on the cheek and slipped something into my hand.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • Fanchon demanded, kneeling beside the fallen sailor.

    A Spell For Chameleon

  • Bink had gained on Fanchon, and their heads broke the surface almost together.

    A Spell For Chameleon


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