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  • Villon, whom the old _roue_ himself would have most despised, and the admirers of "Faustine," whom Faustina would have picked up between her thumb and finger, and eyed with serene contempt before throwing them out of the window.

    The Gypsies

  • a depraved mind because he spouted "Faustine" or quoted verse after verse of the roses and raptures of Swinburne.

    Confessions of a Book-Lover

  • I am currently lusting after the Faustine from my Summer collection - a playful raffia clutch with bold, bright trim.

    Rachel Strugatz: Anya Hindmarch, Handbag Designer: In Her Office (PHOTOS)

  • Glenn took Faustine to a dance, then another, at which point, within weeks of meeting, they eloped.

    The Man Who Was Texas

  • In 1972, McCarthy sold his mansion, the one he and his wife, Faustine, had built in 1937, to a developer, who swiftly demolished it and put up apartments.

    The Man Who Was Texas

  • He had a family now, four girls with a little boy on the way, and while never exactly faithful to Faustine, he was a good father, staging impromptu plays for the kids and wrestling with them.

    The Man Who Was Texas

  • He and Faustine put most of their savings into the discovery well — and lost it all when the well churned up nothing but saltwater.

    The Man Who Was Texas

  • Faustine Merret of France won the gold in the women's race.

    USATODAY.com - Israel wins first-ever Olympic gold

  • Though it opens no new territory on the matter, it is well executed: "Faustine--that is her name--is dedicated to the rammers after she has been loaded with their meaning."

    Larry Niven and... Ambiguity?

  • I saw her yesterday in Faustine, in which she showed talent.

    The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

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