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But (!), my entry, "The Hermit," is first out the gate.
Behind the Wainscot, Issue #15 now live thexmedic 2008
Wood-Thrush is sometimes called the Hermit, and then, after describing the song of the Hermit with great beauty and correctness, coolly ascribes it to the Veery!
Beattie -- each of whom composed a "Hermit" -- and even for the authors of
a secluded corner of the world where news seldom comes; and if the name Hermit ever was applicable to you it certainly is now.
But as with most things related to the so-called Hermit Kingdom nothing has been officially confirmed by North Korean officials.
That man you call the Hermit must have done it, and I will wager something she joined him as soon as she left the tent. "
Frank Merriwell's Bravery Burt L. Standish 1905
In 1787 there followed a ballad consisting of 156 stanzas, called A Hermit's Tale, Recorded by His Own Hand and Found in His Cell, that was 'a beautiful and affecting poetical morceau '.
My two zaps of uncommon Tiny Plastics have, alas, only given me duplicates of other uncommon Tiny Plastics no Hermit, which is the one I need, or extra meatcars, which would make nice mall store fodder.
Thursday stuff yendi 2006
The Hermit is a card of introspection, analysis and, well, virginity.
Wonky jimvanpelt 2006
There wasn't even anything of copper, which was the only metal that he recalled the Hermit using for his containers.
Omnibus Lackey, Mercedes 1993