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  • I remember how much it bothered me when men would win a Lammie and thank their partner ...

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  • Only self-identified LGBT authors are now permitted to have their works considered for a Lammie.

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  • 'There's Betty to luik efter them,' suggested Miss Lammie.

    Robert Falconer

  • 'I dinna understan' that, Mistress Faukner, 'said Miss Lammie.

    Robert Falconer

  • Miss Lammie, to whom, during his former visit, he had become greatly attached.

    Robert Falconer

  • Miss Lammie presently came in with the teapot and some additional dainties, and the boys took the opportunity of beginning at the beginning again.

    Robert Falconer

  • One of the men who had accompanied the cart took the gig; and they were left on the road-side with Robert's trunk and box -- the latter a present from Miss Lammie.

    Robert Falconer

  • Miss Lammie entered in some alarm, and found him fast asleep on his bed, still dressed, with a brown-paper parcel in his arms, and one of his feet evidently enough the source of the frightful stain.

    Robert Falconer

  • He tried the air once over in the dark, and then carried his violin down to the room where Mr. and Miss Lammie sat.

    Robert Falconer

  • Many a guffaw from Mr. Lammie greeted its progress, and Miss Lammie laughed till the tears rolled unheeded down her cheeks, especially when Shargar, emboldened by the admiration Robert had awakened, imparted his private share in the comedy, namely, the entombment of Boston in a fifth-fold state; for the Lammies were none of the unco guid to be censorious upon such exploits.

    Robert Falconer

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